Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of worry.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of worry.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I simply translated the French common name, "soucis" by the English word 'worries' ... because the word 'worries' is more connected with nightmares than the word 'marigolds'.

    vivace - French Word-A-Day

  • The Census Bureau says one of its main worries is whether tensions over immigration will discourage Hispanics from responding, particularly in certain states.

    Census returns hit 72%, match rate in 2000

  • But it was very interesting, because the pope had some very sharp words to say about what they call their worries, their concerns about what's happening in Iraq.

    CNN Transcript Jun 9, 2007

  • No, I have not what you call worries about money; my revenues are very small, but they are sure.

    The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters

  • I simply translated the French common name, "soucis" by the English word 'worries'... because the word 'worries' is more connected with nightmares than the word 'marigolds'.

    vivace - French Word-A-Day

  • Those setbacks have eroded Toyota's position against global rivals including Hyundai Motor Co. and Volkswagen AG, and pose longer-term worries for one of Japan's most important industrial giants.

    Toyota Slams on the Brakes

  • Westerwelle was referring to worries raised by Arab League chief Amr Moussa, who said Sunday that military actions have gone beyond the no-fly zone he says was envisioned.

    Libyan Rebels Move to Regain Lost Ground

  • SYDNEY— Chevron Corp. and partners placed a US$29 billion bet on Asian demand for clean-burning fuels Monday by approving construction of the Wheatstone gas-export project in Australia, overlooking near-term worries about the global economy and competitive threats posed by new energy sources such as shale gas.

    Chevron, Partners Approve $29 Billion LNG Project

  • He has been moving cash to some shorter-term German debt, which by definition isn't as exposed to longer-term worries.

    German Bunds: Harbor or Storm?

  • Financial markets seesawed Friday, driven by fast-moving events in Europe and a jobs report that soothed immediate concerns about the U.S. economy but did little to ease longer-term worries.

    A Wild Ride for Financial Markets

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