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Another word for fright

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Noun
  1. Great agitation and anxiety caused by the expectation or the realization of danger

      1. (Archaic) Great fright or terror, or a cause of terror
      2. A cause of terror.
      1. A device that is used to warn of danger by means of a sound or signal:
      2. The sounding mechanism of an alarm clock:
      3. The bell, buzzer, etc. of an alarm clock
      1. The ability to apprehend or understand; understanding.
      2. Fearful or uneasy anticipation of the future; dread.
      3. An anxious feeling of foreboding; dread
      1. A source of fear, awe, or reverence:
      2. Fear mixed with awe or reverence
      3. Profound fear; terror:
      1. A cause for fear; possibility; chance
      2. A state or condition marked by this feeling:
      3. A feeling of anxiety and agitation caused by the presence or nearness of danger, evil, pain, etc.; timidity; dread; terror; fright; apprehension
      1. A strong, usually unpleasant smell; reek.
      2. A form of rhythm and blues originating in the 1970s in which highly syncopated polyrhythms are combined with a prominent, jerky bass line, minimal harmonic structure, and declamatory vocalizing
      3. A type of popular music combining elements of jazz, blues, and soul and characterized by syncopated rhythm and a heavy, repetitive bassline.
      1. A genre of fiction or other artistic work evoking suspense and horror, especially through the depiction of gruesome or supernatural elements.
      2. The strong feeling caused by something frightful or shocking; shuddering fear and disgust; terror and repugnance
      3. An intense, painful feeling of repugnance and fear.
      1. A widespread fear of the collapse of the financial system, resulting in unreasoned attempts to turn property into cash, withdraw money, etc.
      2. A sudden, overpowering feeling of fear, often affecting many people at once.
      3. A sudden widespread alarm concerning finances, often resulting in a rush to sell property to raise cash.
      1. (Informal) An annoying person or thing, especially an ill-mannered or disruptive child.
      2. One that instills intense fear:
      3. Intense, overpowering fear.
      1. A state of alarm or dread; apprehension.
      2. (Archaic) Tremulous or trembling movement; quaking; tremor
      3. Fearful uncertainty, anxiety, etc.; apprehension
      1. Fearfulness or timidity preventing the completion of a course of action.
    See also:

    fear

  2. An unsightly object

    See also:

    beautiful

Verb
  1. To fill with fear

      1. (Archaic) To frighten; terrify
      2. To arouse fear in; terrify:
      1. To give warning to:
      2. To equip with or protect by an alarm:
      3. To fill with alarm or anxious concern.
      1. To force (away, out, or off) or bring (into a specified condition) by making afraid
      2. To become afraid:
      3. To fill with fear; alarm.
      1. To give way to or show panic
      2. (Slang) To convulse (a listener, audience, etc.) with laughter, delight, etc.
      3. To affect with panic
      1. To become frightened, esp. suddenly
      2. To fill with fear or terror; esp., to frighten suddenly or startle; terrify
      3. To strike with sudden fear; alarm.
      1. To frighten
      2. To scare.
      3. To create a design on the skin by means of shallow cuts that are sometimes rubbed with a colorant or irritant to enhance the resulting scar tissue.
      1. To become alarmed, frightened, or surprised.
      2. To surprise, frighten, or alarm suddenly or unexpectedly; esp., to cause to start, or move involuntarily, as from sudden fright
      3. To alarm, frighten, or surprise suddenly.
      1. To fill with terror; make deeply afraid:
      2. To drive or force by arousing fear:
      3. To fill with terror; frighten greatly; alarm
      1. To fill or overpower with terror; terrify.
      2. To coerce, make submit, etc. by filling with terror, as by the use or threat of violence
      3. To coerce or intimidate by causing fear.

Another word for fright

Noun
  1. Alarm

      1. A sudden, overpowering feeling of fear, often affecting many people at once.
      2. A widespread fear of the collapse of the financial system, resulting in unreasoned attempts to turn property into cash, withdraw money, etc.
      3. A sudden, unreasoning, hysterical fear, often spreading quickly
      1. One that instills intense fear:
      2. A person or thing causing intense fear
      3. Intense, overpowering fear.
      1. A state or condition marked by this feeling:
      2. A cause for fear; possibility; chance
      3. A feeling of anxiety and agitation caused by the presence or nearness of danger, evil, pain, etc.; timidity; dread; terror; fright; apprehension
      1. A genre of fiction or other artistic work evoking suspense and horror, especially through the depiction of gruesome or supernatural elements.
      2. The strong feeling caused by something frightful or shocking; shuddering fear and disgust; terror and repugnance
      3. An intense, painful feeling of repugnance and fear.
    See also:

    fear

  2. *A person or thing of unattractive or startling appearance

    See also:

    ugliness

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