Definition of Trepidations

1. Noun. (plural of trepidation) ¹



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Definition of Trepidations

1. trepidation [n] - See also: trepidation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trepidations

trepeget
trephination
trephinations
trephine
trephine biopsy
trephined
trephines
trephining
trephocyte
trephones
trepid
trepidancy
trepidant
trepidatio cordis
trepidation
trepidations (current term)
trepidatious
trepidatiously
trepidatory
trepidities
trepidity
trepidly
treponaemiasis
treponaemicidal
treponema
treponema-immobilizing antibody
treponema immobilization test
treponema pallidum
treponemal
treponemal antibody

Literary usage of Trepidations

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1. The Works of Francis Bacon, Lord Chancellor of England by Francis Bacon, Basil Montagu (1825)
"... that they have certain trepidations and " wavering before they fix and settle ; so it seemeth " that by the providence of God this monarchy, ..."

2. One Thousand Literary Questions and Answers by Mary Eleanor Kramer (1917)
"came sudden alarms, hurrying to and fro; trepidations of innumerable fugitives; darkness and light, tempest, and human faces." All these experiences are ..."

3. Transactions (1885)
"trepidations, or tremors, arc characterized by the very rapid vibration of the ... Mere indication of a shock, or of distinct and prolonged trepidations. 2. ..."

4. The Works of John Donne: With a Memoir of His Life by John Donne (1839)
"... have therefore many distractions, and eccentricities, and some trepidations, and so return but lamely, and lately to the same place, and office : so ..."

5. Select Specimens of the Theatre of the Hindus by Horace Hayman Wilson (1871)
"MAY the trepidations of ... attended by the cry of terror, long preserve you! those trepidations which at the dance of ..."

6. Report of the Trials of Alexander M. Sullivan and Richard Pigott, for by Alexander Martin Sullivan, Richard Pigott (1868)
"... and we foresee troubles and trepidations which might have been averted by a humane policy, which we fain would have averted, and which we pray, ..."

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