Top 33 Apprehension Quotes

We have collected the best Apprehension Quotes by famous authors including Gerard Manley Hopkins, Ken Berry, William Hazlitt, Herbert Read, Roland Allen and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.

Beauty is a relation, and the apprehension of it a comp
Beauty is a relation, and the apprehension of it a comparison.

Gerard Manley Hopkins
It was scary. I went into that with great apprehension. All you hope is that you don’t hurt it. I had nothing to do with the success of ‘The Andy Griffith Show.’ I just hoped I wouldn’t do anything wrong.

Ken Berry
A nickname is the heaviest stone that the devil can throw at a man. It is a bugbear to the imagination, and, though we do not believe in it, it still haunts our apprehensions.

William Hazlitt
Progress is measured by richness and intensity of experience – by a wider and deeper apprehension of the significance and scope of human existence.

Herbert Read
The apostles were moved, not so much by an intellectual apprehension, as by a spiritual illumination. They met men, and the need of those men whom they met cried aloud to them.

Roland Allen
I’ve no apprehensions and inhibitions as an actor.

Nithya Menen
I had no apprehensions doing bold scenes.

Radhika Apte
As a father and grandfather, I have witnessed firsthand the joy of new life entering the world. I know the pain and apprehension that goes along with premature births and birth defects.

Solomon Ortiz
Even for the people in the bank into which the other banks are merging, they also have a lot of apprehension. There is always an apprehension that opportunities will go down. There are apprehensions of displacement. Many of these apprehensions are unfounded.

Arundhati Bhattacharya
When the legislative and executive powers are united in the same person, or in the same body of magistrates, there can be no liberty; because apprehensions may arise, lest the same monarch or senate should enact tyrannical laws, to execute them in a tyrannical manner.

I cannot have any apprehensions during elections.

Smriti Irani
My fear is that if I date or marry an actor, we would end up talking about the same issues and we will deal with the same insecurities and apprehensions.

Jasmin Bhasin
I met Lalit Modi in London once. He had apprehensions regarding coming back to India, as his security was withdrawn. He was not worried about cases filed against him.

Sharad Pawar
When I was asked to read a screenplay about Margaret Thatcher, I think I felt immediate apprehension.

Phyllida Lloyd
It was the corner sweet-shop in Australia that first piqued my interest in interior design. I went into this space with a mixture of apprehension and excitement as a child. It was filled, floor to ceiling, with the most incredible rounded glass bowls filled to the brim with bonbons, buttons, and sweets.

Anouska Hempel
When I started years back, there was a lot of apprehension to don a mother’s role. People feared that once you play a mother, you will get similar roles from next time too. But look at actresses like Kareena Kapoor or Malaika Arora. They look so hot in real life despite being mothers.

We were now, as I before mentioned, upon this St. Joseph’s trail. It was evident, by the traces, that large parties were a few days in advance of us; and as we too supposed them to be Mormons, we had some apprehension of interruption.

Francis Parkman
It’s like a cosmic joke that people dream to perform in front of a huge crowd. But it is a welcomed challenge. I hope I always have that positive apprehension.

Julien Baker
In any merger, the biggest challenge is always integration of human resources because the people who are coming in have a lot of apprehension.

Arundhati Bhattacharya
There are more things to alarm us than to harm us, and we suffer more often in apprehension than reality.

Lucius Annaeus Seneca
One of the greatest objections which families have to New South Wales, is their apprehension of the moral effects that are likely to overwhelm them by bad example, and for which no success in life could compensate.

Charles Sturt
I think there’s a lot of wonderful comics that leave you hanging in a state of apprehension or anxiety before alleviating that tension with a joke.

Carrie Brownstein
Wink and shut their apprehensions up.

John Marston
From last century’s ‘The Birth of a Nation’ to this century’s ‘Gods and Generals,’ Hollywood has likely done more than any other American institution to obstruct a truthful apprehension of the Civil War and, thus, modern America’s very origins.

Ta-Nehisi Coates
Much of today’s public anxiety about science is the apprehension that we may forever be overlooking the whole by an endless, obsessive preoccupation with the parts.

Lewis Thomas
I had apprehensions of playing Jobs in ‘Pirates of Silicon Valley.’ TNT was really excited about me taking the part, but I had worries I usually didn’t have as an actor.

Noah Wyle
Apprehension is natural, but it must not be concluded that it is a threat. Certainly not.

Sellapan Ramanathan
Wisdom is that apprehension of heavenly things to which the spirit rises through love.

Honore de Balzac
Jealousy is the fear or apprehension of superiority: envy our uneasiness under it.

William Shenstone
A modern arboretum brings us that ancient forest and, with it, a changed apprehension of time, a renewed appreciation of the elegance of natural form and a renewed sense of wonder at the variety of the world we inhabit.

John Burnside
There’s always apprehension whenever I launch anything, it seems. When I launch a tour, people are always, ‘Oooh, is this gonna work?’ And when I launch an album: ‘Ooh, is this gonna work?’ Or a new video. ‘Really?’ It’s always like that – but I’ve always acted on the impulse that I have nothing to lose.

Grief has limits, whereas apprehension has none. For we grieve only for what we know has happened, but we fear all that possibly may happen.

Pliny the Elder
The intellectual power is never at rest; it is never satisfied with any comprehended truth, but ever proceeds on and on towards that truth which is not comprehended. So also the will, which follows the apprehension; we see that it is never satisfied with anything finite.

Giordano Bruno