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  • adj. superlative form of scary: most scary.


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  • If Brock Lesnar wins, he'll be fulfilling his potential and making a huge downpayment on the title scariest man alive.

    Bloody Elbow

  • Serena Williams still has blood clots in her lung but hopes to return to tennis this summer after recovering from a pulmonary embolism, which she called the "scariest moment in my life."

    NPR Topics: News

  • There was a staggering number of helmet-to-helmet hits, particularly in the 1 p.m. games, and one of the scariest was the collision between DeSean Jackson of the Eagles and Dunta Robinson of the Falcons.

    NFL's former director of officiating calls for action after day of helmet-to-helmet hits

  • Brazil's anti-smoking images, introduced in 2002, have been called the scariest in the world.

    Cigarette pack warnings scarier in other countries

  • Also, we're following what is shaping up to be a dangerous night of tornadoes -- breaking news on that, the latest on a storm system that forecasters call the scariest they have seen since 1974 -- that and more tonight on 360.

    CNN Transcript Jun 5, 2008

  • Of all the frightening specters looming above us in the brave new world of Bush II - and there are many to choose from - I think the scariest is the privatization of Social Security.

    Archive 2005-01-01

  • It has been called the scariest place on Earth where war could come almost at any time, day or night as two massive armies face off across a very tense border.

    CNN Transcript Sep 21, 2003

  • The scariest was the guy dressed as a Droog from "A Clockwork Orange."

    anne-jumps Diary Entry

  • The end of summer has lately been a bonanza for chillers: This weekend brings "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark," a remake of a 1973 haunted-house tale that Guillermo del Toro, a writer and producer of the new film, has called the scariest TV movie he ever saw. rss feed

  • Certainly the scariest is a proposed Second Amendment-inspired town, Front Sight, where all citizens would be armed.

    Publishers Weekly - Children's Books News


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