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  1. wor·ry

    /ˈwərē/

    verb

    • 1. give way to anxiety or unease; allow one's mind to dwell on difficulty or troubles: "he worried about his soldier sons in the war" synonyms fret, be worried, be concerned, be anxious, agonize, ... more
    • 2. (of a dog or other carnivorous animal) tear at, gnaw on, or drag around with the teeth: "I found my dog contentedly worrying a bone"

    noun

  2. Worry | Definition of Worry by Merriam-Webster

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    Definition of worry. (Entry 1 of 2) transitive verb. 1 dialectal British : choke, strangle. 2 a : to harass by tearing, biting, or snapping especially at the throat. b : to shake or pull at with the teeth a terrier worrying a rat. c : to touch or disturb something repeatedly.

  3. Worry | Definition of Worry at Dictionary.com

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    noun, plural wor·ries. a worried condition or feeling; uneasiness or anxiety. a cause of uneasiness or anxiety; trouble. act of worrying. Fox Hunting. the action of the hounds in tearing to pieces the carcass of a fox. SEE LESS. Verb Phrases.

    • The act of worrying or the condition of being worried; persistent mental uneasiness: "Having come to a decision, the...
    • A source of nagging concern or uneasiness.
  4. WORRY | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    worry verb (PROBLEM) A2 [ I ] to think about problems or unpleasant things that might happen in a way that makes you feel unhappy and frightened: Try not to worry - there's nothing you can do to change the situation. Don't worry, she'll be all right. It's silly worrying about things which are outside your control.

  5. WORRY | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    to make someone feel unhappy and frightened because of problems or unpleasant things that might happen: You worried your mother by not writing. [ + that ] It worries me that he hasn't phoned yet. The continued lack of rain is starting to worry people.

  6. Worry definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

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    Jul 31, 2020 · Worry is the state or feeling of anxiety and unhappiness caused by the problems that you have or by thinking about unpleasant things that might happen. The admission shows the depth of worry among the Tories over the state of the economy. His last years were overshadowed by financial worry.

  7. What does worry mean?

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    Worry is thoughts, images and emotions of a negative nature in which mental attempts are made to avoid anticipated potential threats.

  8. Worry - Wikipedia

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    Worry refers to the thoughts, images, emotions, and actions of a negative nature in a repetitive, uncontrollable manner that results from a proactive cognitive risk analysis made to avoid or solve anticipated potential threats and their potential consequences.

  9. Apr 29, 2013 · a state of cognitive distress or worry because of concern over an impending or expected occurrence, risk, or threat. WORRY: "It is often said that worrying about a problem cannot resolve it.

  10. Worry Synonyms, Worry Antonyms | Merriam-Webster Thesaurus

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    Synonyms & Antonyms of worry (Entry 2 of 2) an uneasy state of mind usually over the possibility of an anticipated misfortune or trouble she can only concentrate on something when she is free of worry