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Adjective : Extremely frightened.


Adjective : Having undergone the process of petrification (transformation into a stony substance).

Adjective : Extremely afraid.

scared stiff

Adjective : (literally) scared to the point of being unable to move, or (figuratively) very scared.

scared to death

Adjective : (idiomatic) Extremely frightened


Noun : An oblast of Russia in Siberia.

Noun : A city, the administrative center of Irkutsk Oblast, Russia.


Adjective : Feeling fear; afraid, frightened.


Noun : A minor fright.

Noun : A cause of slight terror; something that inspires fear or dread.

Noun : A device or object used to frighten.


Noun : (countable) Foul or unpleasant smell, especially body odor.

Noun : (uncountable, music) A style of music derived from 1960s soul music, with elements of rock and other styles, characterized by a prominent bass guitar, dance-friendly sound, a strong emphasis on the downbeat, and much syncopation.

Verb : (intransitive) To emit an offensive smell; to stink.


Adjective : (obsolete) Full of fright, whether

Adjective : Afraid, frightened.

Adjective : Timid, fearful, easily frightened.


Adjective : Afraid; suffering from fear.


Noun : A surname.

Noun : A statutory town in Morgan County, Colorado, United States.

Noun : A city, the county seat of Stone County, Mississippi, United States.


Noun : (uncountable) A strong, unpleasant emotion or feeling caused by actual or perceived danger or threat.

Noun : (countable) A phobia, a sense of fear induced by something or someone.

Noun : (uncountable) Terrified veneration or reverence, particularly towards God, gods, or sovereigns.


Verb : In a fearful manner; characterized by fear.

Verb : (UK, dated) very; very much.


Adjective : (of a person) Having a lot of hair on the body.

Adjective : (of an animal) Having a lot of fur.

Adjective : (of a body part other than the head) Having hair growing from it.


Noun : A state of terror excited by the sudden appearance of danger; sudden and violent fear, usually of short duration; a sudden alarm.

Noun : Someone strange, ugly or shocking, producing a feeling of alarm or aversion.

Verb : (archaic, transitive) To frighten.


Adjective : Impressed with fear or apprehension; in fear.

Adjective : (colloquial) Regretful, sorry; expressing a reluctance to face an unpleasant situation.

Adjective : (used with for) Worried about, feeling concern for, fearing for (someone or something).


Noun : (preceded by definite article) A sensation that things are crawling on one's skin.

Noun : (preceded by definite article) A feeling of fear or horror.


Adjective : Frightening; causing fear.

Adjective : Tending to fear; timid.

Adjective : (dated) Terrible; shockingly bad.


Adjective : Causing fear; of capable of causing fear; scary.

Adjective : (figuratively) Awful, terrible, very bad.


Verb : (transitive)

Verb : (also figuratively) To rub or wear away (something); to cause (something made of strands twisted or woven together, such as cloth or rope) to unravel through friction; also, to irritate (something) through chafing or rubbing; to chafe.

Verb : (specifically) Of a deer: to rub (its antlers or head) against a tree, etc., to remove the velvet from antlers or to mark territory; also, to rub its antlers against (a tree, etc.) for that purpose.


Adjective : (now chiefly informal) Causing fear or anxiety

Adjective : (informal) Uncannily striking or surprising.

Adjective : (US, colloquial) Subject to sudden alarm; easily frightened.


Adjective : Under some divine harm, malady, or other curse.

Adjective : (obsolete) Shrewish, ill-tempered (often applied to women).

Adjective : hateful; damnable; accursed


Adjective : Exhibiting fear.

Adjective : Showing profound respect or deference.

Noun : A surname.


Verb : To frighten greatly; to fill with terror.

Verb : To menace or intimidate.

Verb : (obsolete) To make terrible.


Adjective : Moving by creeping along.

Adjective : (informal) Producing an uneasy fearful sensation, as of things crawling over one's skin.

Adjective : (informal) Causing discomfort or repulsion due to strange or eccentric behaviour.


Adjective : frightening, especially in appearance.

Adjective : (rare or archaic) fearful, frightened


Adjective : Struck with horror.


Adjective : Terrified; struck with amazement; showing signs of terror or horror.


Adjective : Strange, weird, fear-inspiring, especially in a shadowy or mysterious way.

Adjective : (Scotland) Frightened, timid.

Noun : An eerie creature or thing.


Adjective : Pertaining to someone or thing that causes great fear in others.

Adjective : Regarded with fear, respect, or reverence.


Verb : In an alarming way, frighteningly.

Verb : Causing fear or concern.

Verb : To an extent that causes alarm.


Noun : (countable, uncountable) Intense dread, fright, or fear.

Noun : (uncountable) The action or quality of causing dread; terribleness, especially such qualities in narrative fiction.

Noun : (countable) Something or someone that causes such fear.


Adjective : Full of something causing dread, whether

Adjective : Genuinely horrific, awful, or alarming; dangerous, risky.

Adjective : (hyperbolic) Unpleasant, awful, very bad (also used as an intensifier).


Noun : (informal) A ghost or phantom.

Noun : A hobgoblin.

Noun : (informal) A scare or fright.


Adjective : Thinking about unpleasant things that have happened or that might happen; feeling afraid and unhappy.


Adjective : (informal) Eerie, or suggestive of ghosts or the supernatural.

Adjective : (informal) Spooked; afraid; frightened.

Adjective : (informal) Unpredictably excitable; skittish (used especially of horses).


Noun : (countable, uncountable) An intense distressing emotion of fear or repugnance.

Noun : (countable, uncountable) Something horrible; that which excites horror.

Noun : (countable, uncountable) Intense dislike or aversion; an abhorrence.


Adjective : Showing symptoms of mental illness, severe psychosis, or neurosis.

Adjective : Extremely alarmed; shocked.


Noun : An unpleasant state of mental uneasiness, nervousness, apprehension and obsession or concern about some uncertain event.

Noun : An uneasy or distressing desire (for something).

Noun : (pathology) A state of restlessness and agitation, often accompanied by a distressing sense of oppression or tightness in the stomach.


Adjective : Having an alarm fitted.

Adjective : Worried; anxious; panicky.

sinking feeling

Noun : A feeling of uneasiness or apprehension.


Noun : The state of being uneasy, nervous or restless.

Noun : An anxious state of mind; anxiety.


Adjective : Not allowing or affording rest.

Adjective : Without rest; unable to be still or quiet; uneasy; continually moving.

Adjective : Not satisfied to be at rest or in peace; averse to repose; eager for change; discontented.


Adjective : Causing apprehension, fear or alarm; frightening.


Verb : (transitive) To cause to feel fear; to scare; to cause to feel alarm or fright.


Adjective : Angry, annoyed, bothered or worked up.

Adjective : (of a solution or substance) Violently and chaotically moving around, such as because of being shaken.


Noun : Any of numerous species of insect in the order Coleoptera characterized by a pair of hard, shell-like front wings which cover and protect a pair of rear wings when at rest.

Noun : (uncountable) A game of chance in which players attempt to complete a drawing of a beetle, different dice rolls allowing them to add the various body parts.

Verb : To move (away) quickly, to scurry away.


Adjective : Formed of layers.


Noun : A woman paid to educate children in their own home.

Noun : (dated) A female governor.

Noun : (dated) The wife of a governor.


Noun : A means of escape.

Noun : The effecting of an escape.

Noun : (informal) A vacation or holiday, or the destination for one.


Verb : (transitive) To fear greatly.

Verb : To anticipate with fear.

Verb : (intransitive) To be in dread, or great fear.


Noun : (countable) Representation created in the mind without the use of one's faculties of vision, sound, smell, touch, or taste; an instance of thinking.

Noun : (uncountable) The operation by which mental activity arise or are manipulated; the process of thinking; the agency by which thinking is accomplished.

Noun : (uncountable) A way of thinking (associated with a group, nation or region).


Verb : In a frightful manner.

Verb : Very, extremely.


Adjective : Nervous and worried.

Adjective : Having a feeling of anxiety or disquietude; extremely concerned, especially about something that will happen in the future or that is unknown.

Adjective : (of things) Accompanied with, or causing, anxiety; worrying.


Adjective : Anxious or uneasy.

Adjective : (of merchandise, etc.) Damaged.

Adjective : (of a property) Offered for sale after foreclosure.


Noun : anxiety over the uncertain future or possible ill-occurrence

Noun : An involuntary trembling, sometimes an effect of paralysis, but usually caused by terror or fear.

Noun : (astronomy, obsolete) A libration of the starry sphere in the Ptolemaic system; a motion ascribed to the firmament, to account for certain small changes in the position of the ecliptic and of the stars.


Adjective : (Normally with a copular verb). Mildly afraid or worried by some upcoming situation.


Verb : In a frightening or terrifying manner.

Verb : Very; beyond usual expectation so as to cause surprise or concern.


Adjective : A little scared; worried by a feeling or event. Describing the unsettling feeling there being another unknown ghostly presence.

Adjective : Being spied upon by security or intelligence services.

Adjective : (informal) Taken off guard; astonished; surprised.


Noun : One who exerts power, or has the power to act

Noun : One who acts for, or in the place of, another (the principal), by that person's authority; someone entrusted to do the business of another

Noun : A person who looks for work for another person

future tense

Noun : (grammar) The tense or time form of a verb used to refer to an event or occurrence that has not yet happened or is expected to happen in the future.


Adjective : Frightening or intimidating.

Adjective : Of a formidable nature; terrific


Noun : (finance) A market activity in which a security, commodity, currency or other tradable item is bought in one market and sold simultaneously in another, in order to profit from price differences between the markets.

Noun : (archaic) Arbitration.

Verb : (intransitive, finance) To employ arbitrage


Adjective : (by extension (see the etymology))

Adjective : Of fear, fright, etc: overwhelming or sudden.

Adjective : Pertaining to or resulting from overwhelming fear or fright.


Adjective : Capable of being solved.

Adjective : (obsolete) Capable of being dissolved or liquefied.

Adjective : (obsolete) Able to pay one's debts.


Verb : (obsolete, transitive) To roll (something) down; to unroll.

Verb : (intransitive) To be inherited by someone else; to pass down upon the next person in a succession, especially through failure or loss of an earlier holder.

Verb : (transitive) To delegate (a responsibility, duty, etc.) on or upon someone.


Adjective : anxious, worried, careworn.

went by


Verb : in an apprehensive manner; with apprehension


Verb : (transitive)

Verb : To fill (someone) with surprise and wonder; to astonish, to astound, to surprise.

Verb : (obsolete) To stun or stupefy (someone).


Verb : Badly, terribly.

Verb : (not comparable) Very; exceedingly; extremely; excessively.

Verb : (archaic) In a manner inspiring awe.


Noun : The state or condition of being restless; an inability to be still, quiet, at peace or comfortable.

cold feet

Noun : (originally US, informal, frequently in the phrase 'get cold feet') A feeling of nervousness or anxiousness causing one to reconsider a decision about an upcoming event.

Noun : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see cold, feet.


Verb : (intransitive) To move slowly with the abdomen close to the ground.

Verb : (intransitive, of plants) To grow across a surface rather than upwards.

Verb : (intransitive) To move slowly and quietly in a particular direction.


Adjective : Of or relating to the first class or rank, especially in literature or art.

Adjective : Exemplary of a particular style; defining a class/category; typical.

Adjective : Exhibiting timeless quality and excellence.


Noun : A stop; a halt; a moderation of pace.

Noun : (slang, derogatory) A whore; a sexually promiscuous woman; in general use as a highly offensive term of abuse for a woman with connotations of loose sexuality.

Verb : To act as a ho.


Adjective : Occurring prior to the provision of a service.

Adjective : (education) Occurring before a trainee teacher begins service.


Adjective : Shocked, horrified by something unpleasant.


Noun : (countable, uncountable) The foam made by rapidly stirring soap and water.

Noun : (countable, uncountable) Foam from profuse sweating, as of a horse.

Noun : (countable) A state of agitation.


Verb : In an anxious manner; with painful uncertainty; solicitously.

back home

Verb : Located in one's hometown.


Adjective : having a rough, surly, and harsh demeanor and nature.

Adjective : hoarse-voiced.

Adjective : hoarse.


Adjective : Of sinews and tendons.

Adjective : (obsolete) Full of sinews.

Adjective : (obsolete) Having strong or prominent sinews; sinewy, muscular.


Adjective : (comparable) Sharp, barbed; not dull.

Adjective : (comparable) Having a relevance to the matter at hand: pertinent, relevant.

Adjective : (not comparable) In animals, having a coat pattern with points, that is, darkening of the extremities.


Adjective : (rare) Not easy; difficult.

Adjective : Restless; disturbed by pain, anxiety

Adjective : Not easy in manner; constrained


Adjective : Experiencing or in a state of panic.


Noun : (Cockney rhyming slang) hair (on one's head)

Noun : A placename

Noun : A London borough in Greater London, England, United Kingdom.


Verb : (intransitive) To be troubled; to give way to mental anxiety or doubt.

Verb : (transitive) Disturb the peace of mind of; afflict with mental agitation or distress.

Verb : (transitive) To harass; to irritate or distress.

upward mobility

Noun : (sociology) Ability to advance to better-paid or better-regarded social strata.


Noun : The act of appointing a person to hold an office or to have a position of trust

Noun : The state of being appointed to a service or office; an office to which one is appointed

Noun : Stipulation; agreement; the act of fixing by mutual agreement.


Noun : (law) The document in which the word presents appears.


Verb : (transitive)

Verb : To be or become aware of (something); to perceive.

Verb : To acknowledge the existence of (something); to recognize.


Noun : The quality of being petty.

Noun : A petty behaviour, attitude, etc.


Adjective : Very bad.

Adjective : Exceedingly great; usually applied intensively.

Adjective : (dated) Causing fear or horror; appalling, terrible.


Noun : (uncountable) A (usually self-sustaining) chemical reaction involving the bonding of oxygen with carbon or other fuel, with the production of heat and the presence of flame or smouldering.

Noun : (countable) An instance of this chemical reaction, especially when intentionally created and maintained in a specific location to a useful end (such as a campfire or a hearth fire).

Noun : (countable) The occurrence, often accidental, of fire in a certain place, causing damage and danger.


Noun : A missionary, or leader of a religious mission, especially one in the early Christian Church (but see Apostle).

Noun : A pioneer or early advocate of a particular cause, prophet of a belief.

Noun : A top-ranking ecclesiastical official in the twelve seat administrative council of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.


Adjective : Anticipating something with anxiety, fear, or doubt; reluctant.

Adjective : (obsolete) Perceptive; quick to learn; capable of understanding using one's intellect.


Noun : A device to assist in motion as a cane, especially one that provides support under the arm to reduce weight on a leg.

Noun : Something that supports, often used negatively to indicate that it is not needed and causes an unhealthful dependency; a prop

Noun : A crotch; the area of body where the legs fork from the trunk.

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