Instead, Cheno had taken Thrawn's assignment in stride, though with a certain degree of quiet yet unmistakable misgiving.
We have misgivings about the way the campaign is being run.
Despite her misgivings about leaving the baby, she decided to accompany her husband.
Richard expressed misgivings about the deal.
I felt some misgiving about his ability to do the job.
Angļu vārds "crainte"(misgiving) notiek komplektos:Fiches du livre - "Windyridge" (W. Riley)Fiches du livre - "Zoe" (Evelyn Whitaker)Fiches du livre - "Mrs. Fitz" (J. C. Snaith)Fiches du livre - "Sermons" (J. B. Lightfoot)Fiches du livre - "A Boy's Town" (W. D. Howells)
Why do you think animals dread fire?
The dreaded Russian winter had started and so Harriet was spending a lot of time indoors.
Does the thought of flying fill you with dread?
I dread being sick.
I fear that I will dread the same fears that burden me now.
When the dread news finally came, staff began to weep.
His expression holds both anticipation and dread.
I dread returning to my home country, because I have to look for a job.
I dread to think what will happen if they get elected. / I’m dreading that I’ll be asked to make a speech. / I dread waking up early every morning.
You're off on holiday tomorrow, aren't you? I am and you know, and I'm dreading it. I hate flying!
‘The dread factor’ describes our fear.
I always dread taking exams, they make me feel so nervous!
Definition if you dread something, you worry about it happening because you think it will be unpleasant or harmful
dread to anticipate with anxiety, alarm, or apprehension; fear intensely
Angļu vārds "crainte"(dread) notiek komplektos:Fiches du livre - "Poems" (S. C. Mercer)Fiches du livre - "Plays" (John Davidson)Fiches du livre - "Ghosts" (Henrik Ibsen)Fiches du livre - "May Carols" (Aubrey De Vere)Fiches du livre - "Heart Songs" (Jean Blewett)