- solicitor general,
- solid angle,
- solid fuel
Origin of solicitous
Examples from the Web for solicitously
The real man of sense will not fail to recognize most solicitously any lady who may seem neglected or unattended.
Kurt Stein, Theodore's manager, had been hovering over him solicitously.Fanny Herself|Edna Ferber
Old father Ball had had a seizure of some sort in the morning, and Mrs. Ball hung over him solicitously, fearing another.The Open Question|Elizabeth Robins
“What are you going to do, me son,” asked Bricktop solicitously.Batting to Win|Lester Chadwick
One of the helpful stewards fastened their chairs and most solicitously guided them to their seats, one at a time.Atlantis|Gerhart Hauptmann
Word Origin for solicitous
1560s, from Latin sollicitus "restless, uneasy, careful, full of anxiety" (see solicit). Related: Solicitously; solicitousness.