Idioms about worry
- Don’t be worried or troubled; everything will be fine: We'll help you move your stuff, no worries!
- (used as a conventional reply to thank you or thanks): Oh, no worries, it was fun having you come with us!
Origin of worry
synonym study for worry
OTHER WORDS FROM worrywor·ri·er, nounwor·ri·less, adjectivewor·ry·ing·ly, adverb
How to use worry in a sentence
While that is a long-shot possibility that has never happened, Democrats are now beginning to express worry about it.Pressure mounts on state Republicans as lawsuits challenging election results founder|Elise Viebeck, Tom Hamburger, Jon Swaine, Emma Brown|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
So some worry that Facebook’s stated commitment to ad transparency is an empty promise and that the platform has failed to moderate itself successfully.Facebook glitch blocks certain political ads, raising new questions about transparency|Rebecca Heilweil|October 30, 2020|Vox
The distance of an ocean, combined with the safety of fiction, might qualify the series as a sort of escape from all the other worries weighing on a viewer’s mind.
Amid the worries surrounding the Postal Service, hundreds of Virginia voters have called the state elections office trying to cancel their mail-ballot requests, according to Chris Piper, the top elections official in the state.Virginia voting guide: What to know about early voting, mail-in ballots|Antonio Olivo, Patricia Sullivan|October 28, 2020|Washington Post
Both Ulbrich and Gensler also said worries about a collapse in commercial real estate are overblown.No, offices aren’t going away—but they won’t be the same|Jeff|October 27, 2020|Fortune
Once you begin to pick up on these things, the preposterousness of “beefing up security” becomes worryingly self-evident.The Strange World of Political Assassination Fantasies|James Poulos|September 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Their presence makes you think all the better (worryingly) of all the arrested development-struck British men.
But also more worryingly, we have a Yazidi and Christian populations that are gravely under threat right now.Obama’s Iraq Plan Has a Killer Flaw—and Airstrikes Alone May Not Save It|Jacob Siegel|August 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It is something we all knew eventually would become a reality and, more worryingly, knew we could not prevent.
And worryingly, 20 years after Roe vs. Wade, only 12 percent of OB-GYN programs taught abortion techniques.The Medical Community’s Hidden Abortion-Training War|Abigail Golden|February 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST