Word usage examples
Jezebel, his stern and unrepenting mother, swore to her kinfolk and nearby neighbors that she could look into his grey eyes and see the telltale signs on his thin worrisome face to know of his wicked deeds.
Trey pushed the worrisome thoughts from his mind when he heard Jiggers making waking-up noises.
With his openhandedness and hospitality he should have been a marshal of nobility of the good old days, and not a governor in such a worrisome time as ours.
Dexter suddenly knew that he remained as worrisome a mystery to Annalise as she did to him.
But much more worrisome is that so many therapists accept these reports at face value, with inadequate attention given to the suggestibility of clients and to unconscious cuing by their interlocutors.
The laughter came in constant, raucous bursts that were sly and assaultive, very worrisome.
But most worrisome was the feeling in my head as if a fog of wool enfolded every wispy thought, blunting it, stifling it.
The trip to the antiques shop on the previous day was also worrisome.
The pain - added to the pain from the gash he'd received when he'd struck the dinghy while swimming across the channel at Cancun -made him nauseous and created a worrisome double vision.
Even more worrisome was the strange tenderness around her womb, a slight swelling in the area of the fallopian tubes that had become more sensitive.