مهموم, قلق, جزع, مهتم, تواق, شره, موسوس
Adjective(1) full of anxiety and concern(2) showing hovering attentiveness
(1) I understand the need for clear communication with customers, and I would give the same solicitous treatment to all citizens.(2) There was nothing especially wrong with the food, apart from its staggering and stupid expense, or the restaurant staff, who were kind and solicitous , although a little remiss in the tasks of delivering food and wine.(3) I was solicitous to dive into his thoughts upon this head and put some questions which tended to the point that I wished.(4) William Brown-Lee was a clever, solicitous man and Alicia considered herself fortunate to have captured his attention.(5) The nurses and staff who previously had been so solicitous of his welfare were overjoyed at his new appearance.(6) The media establishment has always been solicitous of the poor, and through much fine reporting over the years has become intimately familiar with them.(7) And the manager was most solicitous , arranging for a car and reliable driver for our trip to Hampi, 11 km away.(8) He is attentive, even solicitous , and Theresa accepts a dinner date.(9) Even on the 20 minute plane trip as we climbed to 10,000 feet (great views, by the way), they were solicitous of me and my welfare, and at the end shared my elation, as if it were their first jump too.(10) Should a professor choose to reject the study or insist on changes not agreeable to the sponsor, another university scientist will very likely be more solicitous .(11) Daisy, the unloved eight-year-old in a large family, becomes the willing acolyte to the tender and solicitous Theresa.(12) Even when he's finally settled - on his workstation swivel chair - he seems slightly remote, though he is charming and solicitous .(13) Among the most important of these is the central role of the extended family, which is extremely solicitous of the welfare and reputation of its members.(14) Anthony was very solicitous , making sure Deb and I were okay.(15) Vasanti also had some good luck: she had no abusive in-laws to put up with, and she had brothers who were more than usually solicitous of her well-being.(16) If the project has been reasonably solicitous of poor people on the rental end, it has been less so when it comes to the planned 360 for-sale houses and town homes.
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