Apprehensive and Upset


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Apprehensive adjective – Having specified facts or feelings actively impressed on the mind.
Upset and apprehensive are semantically related In some cases you can use "Upset" instead an adjective "Apprehensive".
Nearby Words: apprehend, apprehension, apprehended, apprehensively, apprehensible
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Upset adjective – Feeling or showing uncomfortable feelings of uncertainty.
Usage example: she was upset by the unexplained change in plans

Apprehensive and upset are semantically related in disturbed topic. Sometimes you can use "Apprehensive" instead an adjective "Upset".
Nearby Word: upsetting
Synonyms for Upset

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look apprehensive look upset look
expression apprehensive expression upset expression
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Upset or Apprehensive. 2016. Accessed November 27, 2020.

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