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collocations of "apprehension"
Would you be kind enough to share with me your opinion concerning the plausibility of the following sentences?
We must obey the moral law to have a true apprehension of it.
A clear apprehension of this abstract idea was necessary to a right understanding.
I got to picking up papers apprehensively.
She is quick of apprehension.
I am filled with the most fearful apprehensions.
I was dogged by a feeling of apprehension.
Her excitement was tinged with a faint sense of apprehension.
She shrugged, aware of a sudden apprehension.
I am under apprehension of my life.
When I saw him I had a feeling of apprehension that something had gone wrong.
We felt apprehension for their safety.
I am apprehensive of you.
We were apprehensive that they might forget.
Thank you for your efforts.
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