from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The state of being trepid; trepidation; timidity: opposed to intrepidity.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun rare Trepidation.
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Here he paused, astonished at his own trepidity, and also in fear lest his aristocratic customers should be offended.
His cool trepidity gave new courage to the colonel, who exclaimed, as he urged the others to renewed exertions, --
_ I muft here, however, repeat, that no one is more entirelv fi - tisiied than myfelf of the great abihties, perfevcrance, an J i,;. trepidity, with which the officers who were fent on this deai. n tion, attempted to profecute their difcoveries; but I conceive from tlie arguments and faaawJiich will follow, that tluy wa 'ftoppcd.
Notwithftanding their natural in - trepidity, and averfion for all dtfgitifc, their wars de -
He appears not only as a man of "extensive learning, fearless trepidity ... glowing enthusiasm for the truth" (Thudichum, op. cit.,