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Trepidation vs. Trepidity

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Trepidationnoun

A fearful state; a state of concern or hesitation.

‘I decided, with considerable trepidation, to let him drive my car without me.’;

Trepiditynoun

trepidation

Trepidationnoun

An involuntary trembling, sometimes an effect of paralysis, but usually caused by terror or fear; quaking; quivering.

Trepiditynoun

Trepidation.

Trepidationnoun

A libration of the starry sphere in the Ptolemaic system; a motion ascribed to the firmament, to account for certain small changes in the position of the ecliptic and of the stars.

Trepidationnoun

An involuntary trembling, sometimes an effect of paralysis, but usually caused by terror or fear; quaking; quivering.

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Trepidationnoun

Hence, a state of terror or alarm; fear; confusion; fright; as, the men were in great trepidation.

Trepidationnoun

A libration of the starry sphere in the Ptolemaic system; a motion ascribed to the firmament, to account for certain small changes in the position of the ecliptic and of the stars.

Trepidationnoun

a feeling of alarm or dread

Trepidation

Trepidation (from Lat. trepidus, ), in now-obsolete medieval theories of astronomy, refers to hypothetical oscillation in the precession of the equinoxes.

‘trepidatious’;

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