And yet, the minute came when she cast aside all solicitudes and hesitations.
You will understand me, my dear sir, and all my solicitudes and apprehensions.
How strange the fortune which has made his name and his solicitudes and prayers immortal!
He is carried on by his own solicitudes and his own eagerness.
Their toils and their dangers, their solicitudes and sufferings, have not been exaggerated in my description.
And we are prone to permit an evil worse than that to canker our regards and to foster and to mar our solicitudes.
The kindred of Mrs. Washington alike share his solicitudes, paternal care, and constant kindness.
But these solicitudes were mere downy trifles floating on the surface of her profound absorption in Louis.
Having made vain all my friends' cautions and solicitudes, I must not hope for miracles in my favour!
Among all these solicitudes, it was a great thing that one particular anxiety vanished in a day.
early 15c., from Middle French solicitude (Modern French sollicitude), and directly from Latin sollicitudinem (nominative solicitudo) "anxiety, uneasiness of mind," noun of state from past participle stem of solicitare (see solicit).