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Use "hand-wringing" in a sentence
"In that piece, I did some hand-wringing about how new efforts to ease monetary policy, while appearing likely, might not happen if the economy showed improvement before the central bank's Nov. 2-3 policy meeting."
"While hand-wringing seems to be the order of the day for Beantown, clearly, Belichick has confidence that the deal is a good one for the Patriots."
"In the three weeks since Mayor Adrian Fenty's epic loss, there's been no shortage of whither-education-reform op-ed pieces penned, but there's also been behind-the-scenes hand-wringing over how a once-popular incumbent like Fenty could be trounced so thoroughly."