Definitions

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  • adjective Pertaining to someone or thing that causes great fear in others.
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of fear.

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Examples

  • From Aleppo, Brand was forced to travel to Cairo where he was kept under arrest and interrogated repeatedly for information on Hungary, the German intelligence system, and even Zionist armed activities (which Britain feared might threaten their role in Palestine).

    Lives in Balance-Jim Gillett

  • From Aleppo, Brand was forced to travel to Cairo where he was kept under arrest and interrogated repeatedly for information on Hungary, the German intelligence system, and even Zionist armed activities (which Britain feared might threaten their role in Palestine).

    Selections

  • From Aleppo, Brand was forced to travel to Cairo where he was kept under arrest and interrogated repeatedly for information on Hungary, the German intelligence system, and even Zionist armed activities (which Britain feared might threaten their role in Palestine).

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  • From Aleppo, Brand was forced to travel to Cairo where he was kept under arrest and interrogated repeatedly for information on Hungary, the German intelligence system, and even Zionist armed activities (which Britain feared might threaten their role in Palestine).

    Teaching

  • From Aleppo, Brand was forced to travel to Cairo where he was kept under arrest and interrogated repeatedly for information on Hungary, the German intelligence system, and even Zionist armed activities (which Britain feared might threaten their role in Palestine).

    Chapter News

  • From Aleppo, Brand was forced to travel to Cairo where he was kept under arrest and interrogated repeatedly for information on Hungary, the German intelligence system, and even Zionist armed activities (which Britain feared might threaten their role in Palestine).

    Reviews

  • Anyone who has learned some Roman history knows that the only person that ancient Rome admits to having feared is the Carthaginian general Hannibal.

    2010 May 20 « The BookBanter Blog

  • Everything they feared is about to come to pass and they seem to be completely out of options.

    Secrets from Blueprints

  • Anyone who has learned some Roman history knows that the only person that ancient Rome admits to having feared is the Carthaginian general Hannibal.

    2010 May « The BookBanter Blog

  • From Aleppo, Brand was forced to travel to Cairo where he was kept under arrest and interrogated repeatedly for information on Hungary, the German intelligence system, and even Zionist armed activities (which Britain feared might threaten their role in Palestine).

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