Synonyms of apprehension in English:

apprehension

noun

  • 1 he had been filled with apprehension at having to report his failure
    [Antonyms] confidence
  • 2 she was popular because of her quick apprehension of the wishes of the people
  • 3 police activity centred around the apprehension of a perpetrator
    detention, imprisonment, incarceration
    British informal nick
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    Word of the day demoralize
    Pronunciation: dəˈmôrəˌlīz
    verb
    cause (someone) to lose confidence or hope; dispirit