dychryn, dychryniadau, ddychryniadau, nychryniadaudarfu, nharfu, rusio, rhusio, tarfu, tharfudarfasai, darfoch, darfasoch, darfasit, darfasid, darfasent, darfasem, darfasech, darfasant, darfo, darfant, darfan, darfaist, darfais, darfai, darfaf, darfa’, tarfasit, darfith, darfir, darfiff, darfid, darfi, darfet, darfasom, darfes, darfer, darfent, darfen, darfem, darfed, darfech, darfaswn, darfwyf, darfa, tarfais, tarfai, tarfaf, tarfa’, tarfa, deirf, darfych, tarfen, darfwyd, darfwn, darfwch, darfont, darfon, darfom, darfodd, darfest, tarfem, tarfed, tarfech, tarfaswn, tarfasom, tarfasoch, tarfaist, tarfasid, tarfasent, tarfasem, tarfasech, tarfasant, tarfasai, tarfant, tarfan, tarfir, tharfasem, tarfont, tarfon, tarfom, tarfodd, tarfoch, tarfo, tarfith, tharfasech, tarfiff, tarfid, tarfi, tarfet, tarfest, tarfes, tarfer, tharfon, tharfasant, tharfasai, tharfant, tharfan, tharfaist, tharfais, tarfwch, tharfaf, tharfa’, tharfa, teirf, tarfych, tarfwyf, tarfwyd, tarfwn, tharfed, tarfent, tharfet, tharfest, tharfes, tharfer, tharfent, tharfen, tharfem, theirf, tharfech, tharfaswn, tharfasom, tharfasoch, tharfasit, tharfasid, tharfasent, tharfai, tharfych, tharfwyf, tharfwyd, tharfwn, tharfwch, tharfont, tharfi, tharfom, tharfodd, tharfoch, tharfo, tharfith, tharfir, tharfiff, tharfid
Noun(1) sudden mass fear and anxiety over anticipated events(2) a sudden attack of fear
Verb(1) cause fear in(2) cause to lose courage
(1) As they travelled down to the place where the car was meant to be, Amy couldn't help but feel incredibly scared and nervous.(2) I think sometimes people get scared and defensive if they don't understand something.(3) I can't remember when I first started getting scared of going to the dentist.(4) Either he's scared of being caught lying, or he feels very comfortable with truth.(5) I was kind of scared he'd attack me, and I'm deathly shy around adults I don't know.(6) You may be perfectly fine, but Mom's scared to death.(7) She had a really scared look on her face.(8) Many on-lookers at the bar and on the dance floor stopped to look at the scene with scared eyes.(9) She was not scared of heights, either.(10) Hazel nodded, a bit scared of what was going on.(11) I cannot speak for him, but I was still scared stiff.(12) I think in a lot of hip hop these days people are kind of scared to venture out and do different things.(13) Scarlett just stood beside me, watching all the other scared freshman pile into the gym.(14) The first thing I told her was to make sure that her parents knew but she said no because she was too scared .(15) I'm telling you this because I am struggling to understand why my new sales team seem so scared of me.(16) I knew where he was, and I was worried and scared that it would be too much for him.
(1) scare off :: dychryn i ffwrdd
1. fright ::
2. panic ::
3. panic attack ::
pwl o banig
4. frighten ::
5. frighten away ::
dychryn i ffwrdd
6. affright ::
Different Formsscare, scared, scares, scaring
Word Example from TV Shows
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Does it give you joy to SCARE people?
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 7
They SCARE me.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 2
They don't SCARE me.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 2
that would only SCARE them away.
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 5
After my forehead
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 23
English to Welsh Dictionary: scare
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