Ferrars is a very headstrong proud woman, and in her first fit of anger upon hearing it, would very likely secure every thing to Robert, and the idea of that, for Edward's sake, frightens
away all my inclination for hasty measures.
Dear ma'am, you frighten
me more and more," cries Honour: "sure your la'ship would not venture to fire it off
How dare you frighten a poor helpless woman like that?
But you know too much--I'm afraid you'll always frighten me now.
In such cases one horse frightens
another, until all are alarmed, and struggle to break loose.
that wretch not only frightens
Grace--she actually frightens
That doesn't frighten
me because there's the security factor that this guy looks like a woman.
Be careful your pet doesn't dart out through an open door as trick-or-treaters might frighten
If he's burgling the home of a 95-year-old female, they can't send the dog in because it might frighten
If heavy metal and gangsta rap frighten
you, they will seem less shocking in a context where the audience is also being told to vote, not to take drugs, and to be more tolerant.
Crowded areas frighten
her, and she frequently calls her parents from school, pleading to be taken home.
A closer look shows that the actual practice of loser-pays abroad bears little resemblance to the bogey version used to frighten
Americans around campfires.
The universality of fears, whether adult or childhood, is attested to in this combination of 16 plates by Jean-Michel Basquiat with Maya Angelou's poem "Life Doesn't Frighten
Bombs do not only affect armies; they hurt and frighten
And in a direct message to them, she declared: "If you think you can frighten
ordinary people or that you can ride rough-shod, well you are wrong and frankly I am not frightened
by you - and I won't be frightened