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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsolicitousso‧lic‧i‧tous /səˈlɪsɪtəs/ adjective formal  SYMPATHIZEvery concerned about someone’s safety, health, or comfortsolicitously adverbsolicitousness noun [uncountable]
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solicitousConversation stopped and everyone became frightfully solicitous.He dashed about her, solicitous but irascible.The door was locked but the Lady Eleanor could trust Dame Agatha, who was ever solicitous for her happiness.The boys were solicitous of each other's confidence: the quick were sensitive with the slow.My silences made him solicitous of me.Larry spoke to Davis in sympathetic and solicitous tones during the interview.We can see the soft expression in their eyes, caring and solicitous, watchful.
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