Nevertheless, it was in fear and trembling, and with much encouragement on his part, that I at last approached the lion's cage.
I thought of my nights of fear, and knew that mine were the real things--real as life itself, not attenuated vapors and surmised shadows.
Then we of the Jungle followed the herd till we came to that cave, and Fear stood at the mouth of it, and he was, as the buffaloes had said, hairless, and he walked upon his hinder legs.
When he came to the cave, Fear, the Hairless One, put out his hand and called him 'The Striped One that comes by night,' and the First of the Tigers was afraid of the Hairless One, and ran back to the swamps howling.
The cub knew only that the sniff was strange, a something unclassified, therefore unknown and terrible-- for the unknown was one of the chief elements that went into the making of fear.
It was not born of any knowledge of his, yet it was the visible expression of the fear that was in him, and for which, in his own life, there was no accounting.
Cannon's chief argument against James is, if I understand him rightly, that similar affections of the viscera may accompany dissimilar emotions, especially fear
Then I thought of the Great Fear
that was between the two species, and for the first time, with a sudden shiver, came the clear knowledge of what the meat I had seen might be.
Chaka looked up, and his face was grey with the sweat of fear
None dares harm me for fear
of the wrath of O-Tar--otherwise I should have been dead so soon as ever I entered this portion of the palace, for the women hate me.
It does not seem right that women should fear
men," said Tarzan, an expression of puzzlement on his face.
Few, if any, had the temerity to visit old Bukawai, firstly because of fear
of his black magic and the two hyenas who dwelt with him and were commonly known to be devils masquerading, and secondly because of the loathsome disease which had caused Bukawai to be an outcast--a disease which was slowly eating away his face.
Only can he be blamed for the election of Julius the Second, in whom he made a bad choice, because, as is said, not being able to elect a Pope to his own mind, he could have hindered any other from being elected Pope; and he ought never to have consented to the election of any cardinal whom he had injured or who had cause to fear
him if they became pontiffs.
Judging, however, from what the Waganwazam had learned from those of the Russian's blacks who were not too far gone in terror of the brutal Rokoff to fear
even to speak of their plans, it was apparent that he would not travel any great distance before the last of his porters, cooks, tent-boys, gun-bearers, askari, and even his headman, would have turned back into the bush, leaving him to the mercy of the merciless jungle.
I heard it go down the stairs, hurriedly, I thought, as if itself in sudden fear