from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Inducing worry.
- v. Present participle of worry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Teasing; troubling; harassing; fatiguing: as, a worrying day.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. causing distress or worry or anxiety
- n. the act of harassing someone
- n. the act of moving something by repeated tugs or pushes
KELEMAN: She's the senior researcher on Rwanda for Human Rights Watch, which has documented what it calls a worrying pattern of intimidation ahead of today's vote.
Bella engaged in a great deal of what she called worrying about Dike.
In what she described as a "worrying" development, following the ruling, it is becoming more difficult for asylum seekers to "prove" to the authorities that they are homosexual.
Most worrying is the liability who stands to inherit the presidency if anything happens to Obama.
What I found worrying is that a doctor of all things could ask such a fallacy without seeing the logical errors in it.
Some time ago, my friend and me concluded that worrying is our number one hobby, so I guess I got a perfect excuse to indulge my "need for worrying".
But worrying is that the SNP Government is apparently behind on its own Holyrood patch, a patch where it controls the agenda, and only a few months ago it was comfortably ahead.
I did lose interest in worrying about what others thought of my parenting skills, though, because of something that was said to me one time at a flea market by an exhibitor.
There is no point in worrying about what other people think.
I now see that I am not alone in worrying about this matter; in fact I think Lew Rockwell has got me even more worried.