American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Chiefly Southern & Midland U.S. Afraid.
- Probably blend of afraid and scared, past participle of scare. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“I personally would not be "ascared" of driving into an Alabama town with my Connecticut license plates.”
“Let it be revealed that the fake president on his fake ranch, the War President, is 'ascared' of horses.”
“We sawed assistance goggie in trainin what was ascared of vinyl floor.”
“I'm not ascared of the Repugs or anyone's smear campaign.”
“And the McCain camp will just say "See Putin is ascared of of McCain and wants pansy Obama to be President".”
““I got really ascared when I felt the water coming up around me.””
“Teh spider was more ascared than any of teh peeps.”
“Ai nawt sur iv au beng silly still fink he be ok, byt mah hart hurz fink him aut der aw alondly an ascared.”
“I heerd awl abowt teh cheezwhirld mappie ebil maus… *asks inna timid lil voyce* shud ai bee ascared off yuo?”
“Ai ascared dat it iz moer ub tu midnight fin hiz way hoem.”
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