- To arouse fear in; terrify: "Many of nature's greatest oddities, that would affright dwellers up here, are accepted down there” ( David Mazel).
- To wow with unexpected worry; to frighten; to alarm.
- Great anxiety; horror.
- a factor in terror.
- great worry, horror, fright
- Sudden and great fear; horror. It conveys a stronger impression than anxiety, or apprehension, perhaps under horror.
- The act of frightening; in addition, a factor in horror; an object of dread.
- Sudden or great worry; horror; fright.
- The cause of horror; a frightful object.
- an overwhelming feeling of anxiety and stress
- to terrify, to frighten, to encourage fright
- cause anxiety in
- To impress with sudden concern; frighten; terrify or alarm.
- Synonyms To scare, alarm, dismay, appal, daunt, intimidate, startle, shock, overawe.
- last participle of affright.
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