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- adj. comparative form of fearful: more fearful
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In the education of his child no man fearfuller, and the danger he fears is a harsh school-master, to whom he is alledging still the weakness of the boy, and pays a fine extraordinary for his mercy.
He feared that mine host was ill satisfied with the look of the mandolin and that he would climb away again, well warned of his guest's astuteness, into the heights of the ceiling to devise some fearfuller scheme; but he was only looking for the shoulder.
That were a darker and direfuller destiny, that were a fearfuller, frightfuller fate.
That were a darker and direfuller destiny, that were a fearfuller, frightfuller fate!
I dunno, I'm sure, whether such a practice wouldn't be considered as more criminal and worthy of a fearfuller punishment than even the shooting at a man's flag and degrading the honour of it.
Luigi made a rush; Jacob caught them both, but they wriggled out of his clutch, and Luigi, being the fearfuller, ran the farthest.
Ears are damn'd up with howls and hcUifli One fearful noife a fearfuller confounds.