No, that's just old superstitions. The eclipse as such won't effect either mother or baby at all. But sure, if the mother is very worried about it, the nervousness may cause trouble. Or maybe the mother would stumble on something as the light goes dimmer during the eclipse.
more worried, most worried
'He was a worried boy.' In this sentence worried is describing the boy, therefore worried is an adjective.
I was worried about the exam all night.He didn't text back so she got worried.I was worried about nothing.The news really worried me.Why are you worried?
No, you do not need to be worried about the mother killing the babies. A mother might kill her babies if she had just recently had them, but three days or so after she gave birth, there is no need to worry. At that time, you can now hold them.
I suppose you could say "A worried lot" if you mean lot as the noun, and a group of people are all worried, but I would say "The whole group is worried" instead. If you mean that you are worried often, you would say "I get worried a lot" and if you mean that you are extremely worried, then you would say "I am a lot worried" or "I am very worried" which sounds a little better.
If you have had sex recently and you don't want to be pregnant, then yes you probably ought to be concerned. If you have not had sex recently, you have nothing to worry about. Very affordable early pregnancy screening tests are available at almost any pharmacy.
The verb is "are" (as it is in, "You are worried.")
no theres nothing to worry about.....im sure the doctor will tell you its herpes anyway
when you get hurt then your freinds get worried,or you parents
Will be getting worried.
Worried about who?
Worried is both an adjective and a verb. Example uses: 'My worried mother has been on my mind.' - adjective. 'I worried about my mother' - verb.
It means that going back to jail is on your mind. There's nothing magical about dreams. Perhaps you're worried because you've recently committed a crime?
They are worried about there survival and are worried that there is goin to be no more japan :( :( :( :(
Shes worried about her future
Russians are not especially worried by plutonium.
it is common for pregnant women to 'spot' this is also known as a false period. If you are worried, talk to your OBGYN.
I would be worried about any individual who was notworried. It is human nature to be concerned and nervous about the unknown.
We hadn't heard from her in days and we worried that something may be wrong. The nervous teen worried about failing the test.
No, 'worried' is a verb; past tense of the verb 'worry'. Worried is also and adjective. The noun form is also worry or worries. Example uses of 'worried':As a verb: I'm so glad you called, I was worried about you.As an adjective: He had a worried look on his face when he saw the bill.The word worry is the abstract noun form.
they worried about sucking this dick!!
Troublesome, anxiety or unease. Example: he was very worried.
I was really worried that there would be a project this period.