apprehend (v.)
be apprehensive about, fear
E3 IV.iv.64[Prince Edward to Audley] Then apprehend no odds, / For one to one is fair equality
MM IV.ii.139[Provost to disguised Duke, of Barnardine] A man that apprehends death no more dreadfully but as a drunken sleep
TC III.ii.72[Troilus to Cressida] let my lady apprehend no fear
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