sinking feeling

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Noun1.sinking feeling - a feeling caused by uneasiness or apprehension; "with a sinking heart"; "a sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach"
anxiety - a vague unpleasant emotion that is experienced in anticipation of some (usually ill-defined) misfortune
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His heart gave a great leap, and he suddenly felt faint, the sinking feeling accompanied by a strange trembling of the knees.
She smiled bravely, and bravely overcame the sinking feeling at her heart.
DON'T panic, there's no need to get a sinking feeling as Kate Winslet is snapped in the sea wearing a period outfit.
It's one of Aldi's Specialbuys so chances are it won't be available for long so get it soon so you don't get that sinking feeling.
The sinking feeling in the stomach that paralyzes every inch, every hair on your entire body.
Which political leader now has that sinking feeling?
A CAR owner had that sinking feeling after he discovered his motor had ended up in the river at Milnsbridge.
There was never a clear timetable of treatment indicated and, all the while, I had a sinking feeling he was already very very sick.
Anyone who's ever depended on hotel Wi-Fi when working on a tight deadline knows this sinking feeling: Your work is due yesterday, and a dial-up modem from 1997 would be an upgrade.
You get that sinking feeling and don't know what to do.
London, Sept 28 ( ANI ): The sinking feeling you get at the end of a holiday weekend start to kick in at around mid-afternoon, a new poll has revealed.