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Synonyms for fear

possibility

be afraid of

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  • be afraid of
  • dread
  • be scared of
  • be frightened of
  • shudder at
  • be fearful of
  • be apprehensive about
  • tremble at
  • be terrified by
  • have a horror of
  • take fright at
  • have a phobia about
  • have qualms about
  • live in dread of
  • be in a blue funk about
  • have butterflies in your stomach about
  • shake in your shoes about

revere

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regret

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  • regret
  • feel
  • suspect
  • have a feeling
  • have a hunch
  • have a sneaking suspicion
  • have a funny feeling

fear for something or or someone

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  • worry about
  • be concerned about
  • be anxious about
  • tremble for
  • be distressed about
  • feel concern for
  • be disquieted over

Synonyms for fear

great agitation and anxiety caused by the expectation or the realization of danger

to be afraid of

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an anxious feeling

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a feeling of profound respect for someone or something

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be afraid or feel anxious or apprehensive about a possible or probable situation or event

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be afraid or scared of

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be sorry

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regard with feelings of respect and reverence

References in periodicals archive ?
His loading coil patents referred to the scientific literature four decades earlier from Lord Kelvin and Gustav Kirchhoff, and based the principles of the patent on the equations in an AIEE paper of the previous year.
Karnaugh, A map method for synthesis of combinational logic circuits, Transactions of the AIEE, Communications and Electronics, 720):593-599, November 1953.
The youngest son, Basil, who was only eight, would pinch me under the table to see if I said 'ouch', meaning my French hadn't progressed, or 'aiee', meaning Iwas becoming one of them.
Jucker, J.V., "The transfer of domestic-market production to a foreign site", AIEE Transactions, Vol.
Hammer: "Important European Electrical and Engineering Developments at the Close of the Nineteenth Century" in Transactions of the AIEE 18 (1902): 47.
or aiee! requires that the noise be carried away from the body on a cloud of warm, humid air that had been within the lungs of the sufferer.
Let me depart from hyperbole and say it straight: True Lies is the most egregious example of "Aiee!" filmmaking since Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.