worries: Associated Words
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  • niggling
    • adjective satellite (informal) small and of little importance
      little; petty; footling; piffling; trivial; piddling; fiddling; picayune; lilliputian.
      • a fiddling sum of money
      • a footling gesture
      • our worries are lilliputian compared with those of countries that are at war
      • a little (or small) matter
      • a dispute over niggling details
      • limited to petty enterprises
      • piffling efforts
      • giving a police officer a free meal may be against the law, but it seems to be a picayune infraction
    • verb worry unnecessarily or excessively
      niggle; fuss; fret.
      • don't fuss too much over the grandchildren--they are quite big now

  • aplenty
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  • nagging
    • adjective satellite continually complaining or faultfinding
      shrewish.
      • a shrewish wife
      • nagging parents
    • verb bother persistently with trivial complaints
      peck; nag; hen-peck.
      • She nags her husband all day long

  • plaguing
    • noun a serious (sometimes fatal) infection of rodents caused by Yersinia pestis and accidentally transmitted to humans by the bite of a flea that has bitten an infected animal
      pestilence; pestis; pest.
    • noun any epidemic disease with a high death rate
      pestilence; pest.

  • implosion
    • noun a sudden inward collapse
      • the implosion of a light bulb
    • noun the initial occluded phase of a stop consonant

  • obsessively
    • adverb in a compulsive manner
      compulsively; obsessionally.
      • he cleaned his shoes compulsively after every walk

  • hypochondriacal
    • adjective satellite suffering from hypochondria
      hypochondriac.

  • nagged
    • noun someone (especially a woman) who annoys people by constantly finding fault
      nagger; common scold; scold; scolder.
    • noun an old or over-worked horse
      plug; jade; hack.

  • y2k
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  • resurfaced
    • verb reappear on the surface
    • verb cover with a new surface

  • workaday
    • adjective satellite found in the ordinary course of events
      mundane; unremarkable; quotidian; routine; everyday.
      • a placid everyday scene
      • it was a routine day
      • there's nothing quite like a real...train conductor to add color to a quotidian commute"- Anita Diamant

  • excessively
    • adverb to a degree exceeding normal or proper limits
      to a fault; overly; too.
      • too big

  • obsessional
    • adjective satellite characterized by or constituting an obsession
      obsessive.
      • the obsessional character of his response
      • obsessive gambling

  • abut
    • verb lie adjacent to another or share a boundary
      march; edge; adjoin; butt; butt against; border; butt on.
      • Canada adjoins the U.S.
      • England marches with Scotland

  • skeptical
    • adjective satellite denying or questioning the tenets of especially a religion
      disbelieving; unbelieving; sceptical.
      • a skeptical approach to the nature of miracles
    • adjective satellite marked by or given to doubt
      doubting; sceptical; questioning.
      • a skeptical attitude
      • a skeptical listener

  • overmuch
    • noun a quantity that is more than what is appropriate
      overmuchness; superabundance; overabundance.
      • four-year-olds have an overabundance of energy
      • we received an inundation of email
    • adjective satellite very great in quantity; overabundant
      • showed overmuch affection

  • obsessive
    • noun a person who has obsessions
    • adjective satellite characterized by or constituting an obsession
      obsessional.
      • the obsessional character of his response
      • obsessive gambling

  • besetting
    • verb annoy continually or chronically
      chivy; chevy; chevvy; harass; hassle; chivvy; harry; plague; molest; provoke.
      • He is known to harry his staff when he is overworked
      • This man harasses his female co-workers
    • verb assail or attack on all sides: "The zebra was beset by leopards"
      set upon.

  • sceptical
    • adjective satellite marked by or given to doubt
      skeptical; doubting; questioning.
      • a skeptical attitude
      • a skeptical listener
    • adjective satellite denying or questioning the tenets of especially a religion
      skeptical; disbelieving; unbelieving.
      • a skeptical approach to the nature of miracles

  • incessantly
    • adverb with unflagging resolve
      ceaselessly; unceasingly; continuously; endlessly; unendingly.
      • dance inspires him ceaselessly to strive higher and higher toward the shining pinnacle of perfection that is the goal of every artiste
    • adverb without interruption
      always; forever; constantly; perpetually.
      • the world is constantly changing

  • mundane
    • adjective satellite found in the ordinary course of events
      unremarkable; quotidian; workaday; routine; everyday.
      • a placid everyday scene
      • it was a routine day
      • there's nothing quite like a real...train conductor to add color to a quotidian commute"- Anita Diamant
    • adjective satellite concerned with the world or worldly matters
      terrestrial.
      • mundane affairs
      • he developed an immense terrestrial practicality

  • allayed
    • verb lessen the intensity of or calm
      relieve; still; ease.
      • The news eased my conscience
      • still the fears
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      quench; slake; assuage.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst

  • allay
    • verb lessen the intensity of or calm
      relieve; still; ease.
      • The news eased my conscience
      • still the fears
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      quench; slake; assuage.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst

  • surfaced
    • noun the outer boundary of an artifact or a material layer constituting or resembling such a boundary
      • there is a special cleaner for these surfaces
      • the cloth had a pattern of red dots on a white surface
    • noun the extended two-dimensional outer boundary of a three-dimensional object
      • they skimmed over the surface of the water
      • a brush small enough to clean every dental surface
      • the sun has no distinct surface

  • financial
    • adjective involving financial matters
      fiscal.
      • fiscal responsibility

  • fade
    • noun a golf shot that curves to the right for a right-handed golfer
      slicing; slice.
      • he took lessons to cure his slicing
    • noun gradually ceasing to be visible
      disappearance.

  • malthusian
    Of or pertaining to the political economist, the Rev. T. R. Malthus, or conforming to his views; as, Malthusian theories. ✍ Malthus held that population tends to increase faster than its means of subsistence can be made to do, and hence that the lower classes must necessarily suffer more or less from lack of food, unless an increase of population be checked by prudential restraint or otherwise.
  • needlessly
    • adverb without need
      • it would needlessly bring badness into the world

  • petty
    • noun larceny of property having a value less than some amount (the amount varies by locale)
      petit larceny; petty larceny.
    • adjective satellite inferior in rank or status
      junior-grade; lower-ranking; lowly; subaltern; secondary.
      • the junior faculty
      • a lowly corporal
      • petty officialdom
      • a subordinate functionary

  • evaporated
    • adjective satellite drawn off in the form of vapor
      • evaporated molecules boil off
    • verb lose or cause to lose liquid by vaporization leaving a more concentrated residue
      vaporise; vaporize; evaporate.
      • evaporate milk

  • biggest
    • adjective above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent
      large.
      • a large city
      • set out for the big city
      • a large sum
      • a big (or large) barn
      • a large family
      • big businesses
      • a big expenditure
      • a large number of newspapers
      • a big group of scientists
      • large areas of the world
    • adjective satellite significant
      • graduation was a big day in his life

  • aside
    • noun a line spoken by an actor to the audience but not intended for others on the stage
    • noun a message that departs from the main subject
      divagation; digression; excursus; parenthesis.

  • unfounded
    • adjective satellite without a basis in reason or fact
      baseless; unwarranted; groundless; idle; wild.
      • baseless gossip
      • the allegations proved groundless
      • idle fears
      • unfounded suspicions
      • unwarranted jealousy

  • aloud
    • adverb using the voice; not silently
      out loud.
      • please read the passage aloud
      • he laughed out loud
    • adverb with relatively high volume
      loudly; loud.
      • the band played loudly
      • she spoke loudly and angrily
      • he spoke loud enough for those at the back of the room to hear him
      • cried aloud for help

  • gnawing
    • verb bite or chew on with the teeth
      • gnaw an old cracker
    • verb become ground down or deteriorate
      eat at; erode; gnaw at; wear away.
      • Her confidence eroded

  • environmentalists
    • noun someone who works to protect the environment from destruction or pollution
      conservationist.

  • assuage
    • verb cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of
      gruntle; placate; appease; conciliate; gentle; pacify; mollify; lenify.
      • She managed to mollify the angry customer
    • verb satisfy (thirst)
      quench; allay; slake.
      • The cold water quenched his thirst

  • receded
    • verb pull back or move away or backward
      retire; pull back; move back; withdraw; pull away; draw back; retreat.
      • The enemy withdrew
      • The limo pulled away from the curb
    • verb retreat
      drop off; fall back; fall behind; lose.

  • epistemological
    • adjective of or relating to epistemology
      epistemic.
      • epistemic modal

  • plagued
    • noun a serious (sometimes fatal) infection of rodents caused by Yersinia pestis and accidentally transmitted to humans by the bite of a flea that has bitten an infected animal
      pestilence; pestis; pest.
    • noun any epidemic disease with a high death rate
      pestilence; pest.

  • unexpressed
    • adjective satellite not made explicit
      unstated; unverbalised; unvoiced; unuttered; unverbalized; unspoken; unsaid.
      • the unexpressed terms of the agreement
      • things left unsaid
      • some kind of unspoken agreement
      • his action is clear but his reason remains unstated

  • vanish
    • verb get lost, as without warning or explanation
      go away; disappear.
      • He disappeared without a trace
    • verb become invisible or unnoticeable
      go away; disappear.
      • The effect vanished when day broke

  • everyday
    • adjective satellite found in the ordinary course of events
      mundane; unremarkable; quotidian; workaday; routine.
      • a placid everyday scene
      • it was a routine day
      • there's nothing quite like a real...train conductor to add color to a quotidian commute"- Anita Diamant
    • adjective satellite appropriate for ordinary or routine occasions
      casual; daily.
      • casual clothes
      • everyday clothes

  • overwhelm
    • verb overcome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli
      overtake; overpower; whelm; overcome; sweep over.
    • verb charge someone with too many tasks
      flood out; deluge.

  • lingering
    • noun the act of tarrying
      tarriance.
    • verb remain present although waning or gradually dying
      linger.
      • Her perfume lingered on

  • paled
    • noun a close friend who accompanies his buddies in their activities
      crony; sidekick; buddy; chum; brother.
    • verb become friends; act friendly towards
      chum up; pal up.

  • worldly
    • adjective characteristic of or devoted to the temporal world as opposed to the spiritual world
      secular; temporal.
      • worldly goods and advancement
      • temporal possessions of the church
    • adjective satellite very sophisticated especially because of surfeit; versed in the ways of the world
      blase.
      • the blase traveler refers to the ocean he has crossed as `the pond'
      • the benefits of his worldly wisdom

  • stemmed
    • adjective having a stem or stems or having a stem as specified; often used in combination
      • stemmed goblets
      • long-stemmed roses
    • verb grow out of, have roots in, originate in
      stem.
      • The increase in the national debt stems from the last war

  • unspoken
    • adjective satellite expressed without speech
      wordless; tongueless; mute.
      • a mute appeal
      • a silent curse
      • best grief is tongueless"- Emily Dickinson
      • the words stopped at her lips unsounded
      • unspoken grief
      • choking exasperation and wordless shame"- Thomas Wolfe
    • adjective satellite not made explicit
      unexpressed; unstated; unverbalised; unvoiced; unuttered; unverbalized; unsaid.
      • the unexpressed terms of the agreement
      • things left unsaid
      • some kind of unspoken agreement
      • his action is clear but his reason remains unstated

  • eased
    • adjective satellite (of pain or sorrow) made easier to bear
      relieved; alleviated.
    • verb move gently or carefully
      ease.
      • He eased himself into the chair

  • baseless
    • adjective satellite without a basis in reason or fact
      unwarranted; groundless; idle; wild; unfounded.
      • baseless gossip
      • the allegations proved groundless
      • idle fears
      • unfounded suspicions
      • unwarranted jealousy

  • gnawed
    • verb bite or chew on with the teeth
      • gnaw an old cracker
    • verb become ground down or deteriorate
      eat at; erode; gnaw at; wear away.
      • Her confidence eroded

  • dispel
    • verb force to go away; used both with concrete and metaphoric meanings
      turn back; drive out; drive away; chase away; drive off; run off.
      • Drive away potential burglars
      • drive away bad thoughts
      • dispel doubts
      • The supermarket had to turn back many disappointed customers
    • verb to cause to separate and go in different directions
      scatter; break up; disperse; dissipate.
      • She waved her hand and scattered the crowds

  • disappear
    • verb get lost, as without warning or explanation
      go away; vanish.
      • He disappeared without a trace
    • verb become invisible or unnoticeable
      go away; vanish.
      • The effect vanished when day broke

  • fewer
    • adjective (comparative of `few' used with count nouns) quantifier meaning a smaller number of
      • fewer birds came this year
      • the birds are fewer this year
      • fewer trains were late
    • adjective a quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `a'; a small but indefinite number
      few.
      • a few weeks ago
      • a few more wagons than usual
      • an invalid's pleasures are few and far between
      • few roses were still blooming
      • few women have led troops in battle

  • vanished
    • adjective satellite having passed out of existence
      • vanished civilizations
    • verb get lost, as without warning or explanation
      go away; vanish; disappear.
      • He disappeared without a trace

  • gad
    • noun a sharp prod fixed to a rider's heel and used to urge a horse onward
      spur.
      • cowboys know not to squat with their spurs on
    • noun an anxiety disorder characterized by chronic free-floating anxiety and such symptoms as tension or sweating or trembling or lightheadedness or irritability etc that has lasted for more than six months
      generalized anxiety disorder; anxiety reaction.

  • conjured
    • verb summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic
      arouse; raise; invoke; conjure up; bring up; call down; call forth; evoke; put forward; stir.
      • raise the specter of unemployment
      • he conjured wild birds in the air
      • call down the spirits from the mountain
    • verb ask for or request earnestly
      beseech; bid; entreat; press; adjure.
      • The prophet bid all people to become good persons

  • needless
    • adjective satellite unnecessary and unwarranted
      uncalled-for; gratuitous.
      • a strikers' tent camp...was burned with needless loss of life
    • noun the leaf of a conifer
      acerate leaf; needle.

  • afflicting
    • verb cause great unhappiness for; distress
      • she was afflicted by the death of her parents
    • verb cause physical pain or suffering in
      smite.
      • afflict with the plague



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