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  • adjective colloquial superlative form of scared: most scared.

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Examples

  • Starring Jack Nicholson in what might be his most iconic role, and Shelly Duvall as maybe the scaredest-looking wife in movie history, it's a classic movie filled with classic clips.

    Rachel Sklar: The Shining: Scariest Hallowe'en Book -- and Movie! -- Ever

  • Smoke, I don't mind tellin 'you in confidence that before we started I was the gosh-dangdest scaredest man this side of the Rocky Mountains.

    Smoke Bellew - The Meat

  • "You were the scaredest," Johnnie told the Muley Cow.

    The Tale of the The Muley Cow Slumber-Town Tales

  • Smoke, I don't mind tellin 'you in confidence that before we started I was the gosh-dangdest scaredest man this side of the Rocky Mountains.

    Smoke Bellew

  • Don't you reckon Adam was about the scaredest thing in the wide, wide world about the time old Ma Eve set up her bakeshop under the spreading fig tree?

    Heart's Desire

  • We all run up in front of the grandstand, and stood lookin 'up at Pinto, and him the maddest, scaredest, cross-eyedest horse I ever did see in all my life.

    Heart's Desire

  • On the whole, I reckon we was the three lonesomest, scaredest, unhappiest people in all that big town -- it was Christmas Eve too!

    The Man Next Door

  • Most actresses get lost entirely when anything occurs that is not in the play, and Miss Gray was the scaredest female that ever lived.

    Peck's Sunshine Being a Collection of Articles Written for Peck's Sun, Milwaukee, Wis. - 1882

  • There was five or six minutes there when my life wasn't worth a last year's bird's-nest -- and I tell you, sir, I was the scaredest man that ever drew the breath of life.

    The Market-Place

  • a few, didn't we, Smoke, I don't mind tellin 'you in confidence that before we started I was the gosh-dangdest scaredest man this side of the Rocky-Mountains.

    THE MEAT

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