On Sunday, the world will anxiously await these character's final fates.
Dozens of tearful family members huddled at the Surabaya and Singapore airports, anxiously awaiting news of loved ones.
At the very least, you'll anxiously await the next round of juice.
Dull thuds as a missile or shell impacts sends people scurrying and anxiously scanning the skies.
As she was anxiously awaiting her open-carry permit, she began shopping for a purse that would fit her weapon.
Alexandra watched him anxiously; the cold was bitter enough on the ground.
"Seems like he gets thinner every day," he commented, anxiously.
The approach of the frigate was anxiously watched from the decks of the prizes.
Heaven knows how anxiously I sought to fulfil that solemn vow!
Josephine anxiously ran her eye over the record of the executions, and found the name of her husband in the fatal list.
1620s, from Latin anxius "solicitous, uneasy, troubled in mind" (also "causing anxiety, troublesome"), from angere, anguere "choke, squeeze," figuratively "torment, cause distress" (see anger (v.)). The same image is in Serbo-Croatian tjeskoba "anxiety," literally "tightness, narrowness." Related: Anxiously; anxiousness.