Definitions

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  • v. Eye dialect spelling of frighten.
  • v. Eye dialect spelling of frightened.

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Examples

  • "But plilates see 'em pletty white girl," he shrugged his shoulders and shook his head dubiously, "then old Sing no can flighten 'em 'way."

    The Monster Men

  • 'Oh, mamma, mamma -- oh, mummy,' he said, and by this time he was howling, of course, 'I never meant to flighten you.

    Peterkin

  • I never meant to flighten you, mamma, 'he repeated again, his voice growing plaintive.

    Peterkin

  • "Allee too velly much flighten, and lun away from foleign devil sailor and maline."

    Blue Jackets The Log of the Teaser

  • Me so flighten me know nothin ', then me scleam e-e-e-e so loud, and lun at bear till bear get scared too and lun away. "

    Stories of California

  • He feel velly much flighten all a same, as if big-button mandalin get in him boat. "

    Blue Jackets The Log of the Teaser

  • "My darring," he whispers, "I know dis you firss time and you berry flighten.

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