Solicitous in a sentence

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[adjective]Full of anxiety and concern;

They were acting solicitous towards her, but she felt uncomfortable.

The doctors there were extremely solicitous and gave him the best of care.

Will not a fond mother, a solicitous father, give to a beloved child everything within a parent’s power?

She became deeply solicitous for the spiritual welfare of her family, including that of her sister-in-law.

Powell has always been solicitous and protective of Alma.

The mothers are solicitous of their young calves, a behavior that starkly contrasts with the carnage of the hunt.