“A good man may be in want, but then he quiets himself, and strives to make himself easy; but these people when they shall be hungry shall fret themselves, and when they have nothing to feed on their vexation shall prey upon their own spirits; for fretfulness is a sin that is its own punishment.”
“It might be that her fretfulness was the effect of an uneasiness of mind, which was more hopeful than her previous fierce self-satisfaction, and that her aberrations were the last efforts of old evil habits to re-establish their grasp by custom, when her heart was becoming detached from them.”
“It cannot, however, be denied -- particularly in respect to nervous children -- that teething appears occasionally to induce unpleasant disturbances, such as fretfulness, broken sleep, digestive disorders, and occasionally fever; as a rule such symptoms persist only for a few days, if the infant be properly looked after.”
“It is the morose look, the harsh expression, the tone of irritation and fretfulness which is so unpopular in school.”
“Beijing's fretfulness about change has caused another good idea to struggle to get off the ground.”
“I assume your fretfulness about the actual shades of blue is a stab at humor.”
“His signature style, both as a standup and as his TV alter ego Dave Mohumbhai, may be spaced-out slacker cool? but, in conversation, a fretfulness lurks, barely concealed beneath the easy-going San Francisco drawl.”
“Parental heartbreak often hides or disguises itself in worries and fretfulness.”
“Mild side effects such as pain and tenderness where the shot was given, fever, fretfulness and drowsiness occurred in as many as one-half to one-third of children who received the vaccine.”
“Otherwise, I've got to figure out meaning for myself and all, and that can cause a bit of fretfulness along the way.”
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