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    solicitous - Dictionary definition and meaning for word solicitous

    Definition
    (adj) full of anxiety and concern
    Example Sentence
    • solicitous parents
    • solicitous about the future
    Definition
    (adj) showing hovering attentiveness
    Example Sentence
    • solicitous about her health
    • made solicitous inquiries about our family
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for solicitous

Solicit means to request earnestly for something, but if you have to wait for it to happen then you are liable to become solicitous.

soli(solo).if u r doin a work on ur own(solo) then u ll do t wit much eager and care

SOLO+SIT !! QUESTION: WHEN DO YOU SIT ALONE??? ANSWER: WHEN YOU ARE WITH FULL OF "ANXIETY AND CONCERN" ABOUT YOUR CHILD WHO IS IN "US"..SOLICITOUS

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one who plays solitaire (SOLIcitous)—shows interest and concern in playing games

solicitor means a lawyer so he always must be attentive and concerned (/solicitous ) towards his cases.

Whenever a guest comes to our house we ask him if he--> Slept well (SO), SITting well (cit) --> we are very concerned

if u sit solo(alone) for plane of USA--u will be attentive all the way.

Being Solicitous causes a fit-in-us because we are con-cerned.

socially conscious someone...

BE+LIE=to contradict The person contradicted his statement because he had lied earlier

sounds like solicitor => many people hang up or shut the door on solicitors, so if you actually give one the time of day they may be very solicitous [eager, anxious, apprehensive]

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