apprehension (n.)
opinion, notion, view
1H4 IV.i.66[Worcester to Hotspur, of popular belief about Northumberland's absence] such an apprehension / May turn the tide of fearful faction
1H6 II.iv.102[Richard to Somerset, of the slur against his father] I'll note you in my book of memory / To scourge you for this apprehension
Oth III.iii.138[Iago to Othello] Who has a breast so pure, / But some uncleanly apprehensions / Keep leets and law-days
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