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- adj. Having fear; afraid, frightened.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of scare.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. made afraid
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[Loud cheering.] "But before Registration Day I was scared -- just plain _scared_.
No match on the face but the name scared up a few hits. there were four Philip Prokovs in the city.
The title scared me a little, i thought someone was transfering off ER… like scott or randy or the guild…
I am not sure if the book got banned because I tackle sensitive issues in depth-like food safety, local corruption that protects the sex industry, and a weak education sector that squelches innovation and analytical ability-or if the title scared the regulators, or something else.
"Sometimes you can use the word scared to represent my emotional state at the beginning," Yao told Reuters at the offices of the Shanghai Sharks -- the Chinese Basketball League team he now owns.
I have to admit, your title scared me just a little bit.
For her to get serious about the disease, it took what she calls a scared-straight moment thinking of her son losing his mom.
He was barking; what she described as a scared, violent bark around the time Martha may have been killed.
BY ALICIA QUARLES, The Associated Press NEW YORK - Metallica and the word "scared" don't usually go together.
Blame those who uphold the status quo because every time a pro-abortion woman pipes up with just one simple word: “Discrimination!” everyone kowtows and scuttles away in scared silence.
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