American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- CapeFear A promontory on Smith Island off the coast of southeast North Carolina at the mouth of the Cape Fear River.
“The country is gray with uncollected garbage and its people face constant fear of terrorist attacks, Fear said.”
“Allow for responses, then remove the card from the bottom of the box and display the label Fear.”
“A striking piece from her gallery will be a 2001 mixed-media photo print of a woman with a pink face and big white teeth seen through wide-open red lips, and the word "Fear" slashed across it, by American artist Barbara Kruger price: $65,000, or €47,685.”
“Rey wanted to introduce to us Filipino Cuisine gradually, starting from the normal Filipino cuisine before graduating to what he calls the Fear-Factor food.”
“Fear" is the term applied to the cords with feathers of all colors which, when fluttered in the air, scare beasts into the pitfall, or birds into the snare.”
“Fear is once again running rampant across the land.”
“Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.”
“Fear is fueled by what you tell yourself about a perceived danger and your reaction to it.”
“Kingsley first appeared on the big screen in the Alistair MacLean thriller Fear is the Key (1972), and made his television debut that same year in the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) series The Love School.”
“And before one could ask if he meant compared to 20 years ago, he dismissed any scepticism with an abrupt announcement that "Fear is up 6%", quantifying what some might have thought was fairly unquantifiable.”
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