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  • See, what did I tell ya–ever since that mattress ad, I been a-feared them Aristocrats pervs would show up…

    Out of Context Ad Challenge – The Bleat.

  • People always ask me if I'm a-feared when riding on the roads.

    The Indignity of Commuting by Bicycle: The Increasing Dignity of Commuting by Bicycle

  • All four-footed beasts have liking to behold the divers colours of the panther and tiger, but they are a-feared of the horribleness of their heads, and therefore they hide their heads, and toll the beasts to them with fairness of that other-deal of the body, and take them when they come so tolled, and eat them.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • And only the dragon is a-feared when he heareth his voice, and fleeth into a den, and may not suffer the smell thereof; and faileth in himself, and looseth his comfort.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Only slowly have libraries begun putting in fully-functional computer workstations, replete with office software, SPSS, image manipulation programs, and the much a-feared openly available web browser.

    2008 March « Attempting Elegance

  • We alone did light the fires, felled the trees in a grand parlay, gamed at dice on a losers stake gainsay and lost the pot; the thief of time delights our plight, he stands aloof, ignores debate, cogitates our certain fate, sees us leave the promised land a-feared and intestate –

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • I wasn't particularly a-feared of Doc Ock, which isn't good when he's your villain.


  • Beautiful breeze too, but I don't feel like sitting outside on my lonesome it's a big scary block out there, and I a-feared.

    5th May '04

  • Who was a-feared her voice would croak, and she would never sing again.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • "I'm a-feared I done taught you to talk substandard English, my friend."



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