worrisome

[wur-ee-suhm, wuhr-]
adjective
1.
worrying, annoying, or disturbing; causing worry: a worrisome problem.
2.
inclined to worry.

Origin:
1835–45; worry + -some1

worrisomely, adverb


1. vexing, troublesome, trying, irksome.
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worrisome (ˈwʌrɪsəm)
 
adj
1.  causing worry; vexing
2.  tending to worry
 
'worrisomely
 
adv

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Example sentences
From a psychological standpoint it was a bit worrisome how easy this turned out
  to be, and to be honest it never entirely stopped.
Here are his tips for avoiding those worrisome moments of backcountry
  disorientation.
The more worrisome thing is the likely impact on academic quality and
  university character.
The content of the blog may be less worrisome than the fact of the blog itself.
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