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solicitous (adjective), more solicitous, most solicitous
1. Referring to an attitude of concern and consideration for a person's health, happiness, etc.: Karl and Irene appreciated the doctor's solicitous inquiry about their health.
2. Full of eagerness to do something: Andrew volunteered to provide solicitous efforts to help students prepare for their biology exams.
3. Descriptive of paying very careful attention to details: Brian is a news reporter who makes solicitous presentations about what is going on in the world.

The solicitous officials in Tom's city seem to be very concerned about proceeding with the investigation of illegal drugs that are being sold in their community.

4. Etymology: from Latin sollus, "all" + ciere, "arouse".
Apprehensive and full of concern for the safety of another person.
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Anxiously willing to take care of a dangerous situation.
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Conveying an attitude of serious concern and consideration for a person's health, happiness, welfare, etc. (2)