Part of speech:
A person or thing causing intense fear
A reason for dread or apprehension:
A sudden, overpowering feeling of fear, often affecting many people at once.
A cause of terror.
(Informal) Intense nervous depression or anxiety. Often used with the.
The quality of being brave; courage; valor
(Obs.) Mind; purpose; spirit
An outstanding or conspicuous example:
The bell, buzzer, etc. of an alarm clock
Apprehension is defined as when you are nervous and scared about something or about what might happen.
The act or fact of seeing:
Great fear in view of impending evil; fearful apprehension of danger; anticipatory terror.
(Obs.) A musty odor, as of moldy tobacco
To drive or force by arousing fear:
To scare is defined as to suddenly frighten or alarm someone.
(Intransitive) To move suddenly, or be excited, on feeling alarm; to start.
To fill or overpower with terror; terrify.
An unsightly object
*A person or thing of unattractive or startling appearance
A person regarded as colorless and primly sedate.
Anxiety can be a symptom of mental illness characterized by feelings of nervousness or distress without a noticeable cause.
(Obs.) Terror; dread
The definition of consternation means fear that makes you feel helpless.
Dismay is defined as a sudden or total loss of courage.
(Brit.) A person whose appearance or dress is odd
A giant or monster in legends and fairy tales that eats humans.
A person regarded as resembling a scarecrow in some way, as in being repellent or unattractive
The definition of a shock is a sudden powerful disturbance, shake or blow.
Fearfulness or timidity preventing the completion of a course of action.
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