Misgiven



[mis-giv] /mɪsˈgɪv/

verb (used with object), misgave, misgiven, misgiving.
1.
(of one’s mind, heart, etc.) to doubt or apprehension to.
verb (used without object), misgave, misgiven, misgiving.
2.
to be apprehensive.
/mɪsˈɡɪv/
verb -gives, -giving, -gave, -given
1.
to make or be apprehensive or suspicious

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