fear definition

  • noun:
    • A feeling of agitation and anxiety brought on by the presence or imminence of danger.
    • circumstances or problem marked by this sensation: staying in worry.
    • A feeling of disquiet or apprehension: a fear of searching silly.
    • Extreme reverence or awe, because toward a supreme energy.
    • grounds for dread or apprehension: becoming alone is my greatest concern.
    • a good, uncontrollable, unpleasant feeling caused by real or perceived danger or danger.
    • A phobia, a sense of anxiety caused by something or some body.
    • a sense of agitation and anxiety caused by the presence or imminence of danger.
    • Extreme veneration or awe, since toward a supreme being or deity.
    • A state or condition marked by this feeling: living in anxiety.
    • A feeling of disquiet or apprehension: a fear of searching silly.
    • A feeling of agitation and anxiety brought on by the existence or imminence of danger.
    • circumstances or problem marked by this sensation: living in concern.
    • A feeling of disquiet or apprehension: a fear of looking silly.
    • Extreme reverence or awe, as toward a supreme power.
    • Extreme reverence or awe, because toward a supreme energy.
    • A variant of fere, a mate, a companion.
    • A reason for dread or apprehension: becoming alone is my best concern.
    • A reason for fear or apprehension: becoming alone is my biggest anxiety.
    • an agonizing feeling or passion excited because of the hope of wicked, or even the apprehension of impending risk; apprehension; anxiety; solicitude; security; dread.
    • Apprehension of incurring, or solicitude in order to prevent, God's wrath; the trembling and awful reverence believed toward the Supreme getting.
    • Respectful reverence for men of authority or worth.
    • whatever causes, or the item of, apprehension or alarm; origin or occasion of terror; danger; dreadfulness.
    • a solid, uncontrollable, unpleasant feeling brought on by actual or sensed danger or risk.
    • A phobia, a feeling of fear induced by something or some one.
    • Extreme veneration or awe, because toward a supreme being or deity.
    • a good, uncontrollable, unpleasant emotion caused by actual or understood danger or risk.
    • A variant of fere, a mate, a companion.
    • A phobia, a sense of concern induced by one thing or some body.
    • an unpleasant feeling or passion excited because of the expectation of bad, and/or apprehension of impending danger; apprehension; anxiety; solicitude; alarm; dread.
    • Extreme veneration or awe, because toward a supreme being or deity.
    • Apprehension of incurring, or solicitude in order to prevent, Jesus's wrath; the shaking and awful reverence thought toward the Supreme getting.
    • Respectful reverence for males of expert or worth.
    • A painful emotion or passion excited by the hope of evil or damage, and accompanied by a strong want to escape it; a working sense of dread which fright and terror are the intenser levels; thus, apprehension or dread as a whole.
    • Anxiety; solicitude.
    • an underlying cause or item of worry.
    • Formidableness; aptness resulting in worry.
    • Reverence; value for rightful authority; especially, reverence manifesting it self in obedience.
    • Synonyms See security. Concern, fear. Veneration, reverence, awe.
    • a sense of agitation and anxiety due to the existence or imminence of risk.
    • That which triggers, or the item of, apprehension or security; source or occasion of terror; risk; dreadfulness.
    • A state or condition marked by this feeling: staying in concern.
    • A feeling of disquiet or apprehension: a fear of looking silly.
    • Extreme reverence or awe, because toward a supreme power.
    • A variant of fere, a mate, a companion.
    • reasons for fear or apprehension: Being alone is my greatest fear.
    • an agonizing emotion or passion excited because of the expectation of bad, or even the apprehension of impending risk; apprehension; anxiety; solicitude; security; fear.
    • Apprehension of incurring, or solicitude in order to avoid, God's wrath; the shaking and awful reverence believed toward the Supreme Being.
    • Respectful reverence for men of authority or well worth.
    • what triggers, or which is the item of, apprehension or security; origin or event of horror; danger; dreadfulness.
    • an unpleasant feeling or passion excited by the hope of wicked or harm, and combined with a strong aspire to escape it; a dynamic feeling of dread which fright and horror would be the intenser degrees; for this reason, apprehension or fear generally.
    • anxiousness; solicitude.
    • an agonizing feeling or passion excited by the hope of wicked or harm, and associated with a good want to escape it; an energetic feeling of fear which fright and terror are the intenser levels; therefore, apprehension or fear as a whole.
    • Anxiety; solicitude.
    • A cause or item of anxiety.
    • Formidableness; aptness to cause fear.
    • Reverence; value for rightful expert; specially, reverence manifesting itself in obedience.
    • Synonyms See alarm. Concern, dread. Veneration, reverence, awe.
    • See feer.
    • See feer.
    • an emotion skilled in anticipation of some certain discomfort or danger (usually combined with a desire to flee or battle)
    • an underlying cause or item of worry.
    • Formidableness; aptness to cause concern.
    • an anxious experience
    • a sense of powerful value for someone or something
    • a sense of agitation and anxiety due to the existence or imminence of danger.
    • a situation or condition marked by this sensation: residing in concern.
    • A feeling of disquiet or apprehension: a fear of looking silly.
    • Extreme reverence or awe, since toward a supreme power.
    • grounds for fear or apprehension: Being alone is my best anxiety.
    • an emotion experienced in anticipation of some specific discomfort or risk (usually followed by a desire to flee or fight)
    • A strong, uncontrollable, unpleasant emotion caused by actual or perceived danger or threat.
    • A phobia, a sense of fear caused by one thing or some one.
    • Extreme veneration or awe, because toward a supreme being or deity.
    • Reverence; value for rightful authority; particularly, reverence manifesting itself in obedience.
    • Synonyms See security. Concern, fear. Veneration, reverence, awe.
    • See feer.
    • a good, uncontrollable, unpleasant feeling brought on by actual or sensed danger or danger.
    • A phobia, a feeling of anxiety induced by some thing or some body.
    • Extreme veneration or awe, since toward a supreme being or deity.
    • an emotion experienced in anticipation of some certain discomfort or risk (usually followed by a desire to flee or battle)
    • an anxious sensation
    • an anxious feeling
    • A variant of fere, a mate, a companion.
    • A painful emotion or enthusiasm excited by the expectation of bad, and/or apprehension of impending danger; apprehension; anxiety; solicitude; security; fear.
    • a feeling of profound respect for somebody or something
    • A variant of fere, a mate, a companion.
    • a sense of powerful respect for some one or something like that
    • Apprehension of incurring, or solicitude to avoid, Jesus's wrath; the shaking and awful reverence thought toward the Supreme becoming.
    • an unpleasant emotion or passion excited because of the expectation of bad, or perhaps the apprehension of impending risk; apprehension; anxiety; solicitude; alarm; dread.
    • Respectful reverence for males of authority or well worth.
    • That which triggers, or which is the object of, apprehension or security; origin or occasion of terror; danger; dreadfulness.
    • Apprehension of incurring, or solicitude to avoid, Jesus's wrath; the trembling and awful reverence thought toward the Supreme becoming.
    • Respectful reverence for men of authority or well worth.
    • That which triggers, or which is the object of, apprehension or alarm; supply or occasion of terror; risk; dreadfulness.
    • an unpleasant emotion or enthusiasm excited because of the expectation of bad or harm, and combined with a very good want to escape it; a dynamic sense of dread of which fright and horror will be the intenser degrees; for this reason, apprehension or fear in general.
    • Anxiety; solicitude.
    • an underlying cause or item of anxiety.
    • an unpleasant emotion or passion excited because of the expectation of evil or damage, and followed closely by a very good desire to escape it; a dynamic feeling of fear that fright and terror are the intenser degrees; thus, apprehension or fear as a whole.
    • anxiousness; solicitude.
    • A cause or object of fear.
    • Formidableness; aptness resulting in concern.
    • Reverence; respect for rightful authority; specifically, reverence manifesting itself in obedience.
    • Formidableness; aptness resulting in fear.
    • Reverence; respect for rightful authority; particularly, reverence manifesting it self in obedience.
    • Synonyms See alarm. Concern, fear. Veneration, reverence, awe.
    • See feer.
    • Synonyms See alarm. Concern, dread. Veneration, reverence, awe.
    • See feer.
    • an emotion skilled in anticipation of some specific pain or danger (usually followed by a desire to flee or battle)
    • an anxious sensation
    • a feeling of powerful respect for someone or something
    • an emotion skilled in expectation of some certain discomfort or risk (usually associated with a desire to flee or battle)
    • an anxious experience
    • a feeling of powerful value for some body or something like that
  • verb-transitive:
    • become afraid or frightened of.
    • To be uneasy or apprehensive about: feared the test outcomes.
    • to stay awe of; revere.
    • To consider possible; expect: we worry you are wrong. We worry We have bad news for you personally.
    • Archaic To feel worry within (oneself).
    • is afraid or frightened of.
    • to-be afraid or frightened of.
    • to-be uneasy or apprehensive about: feared the test outcomes.
    • to stay awe of; revere.
    • to think about probable; expect: we fear you're wrong. I worry We have bad development for your needs.
    • Archaic To feel fear within (oneself).
    • To feel a painful apprehension of; become scared of; to take into account or expect with feeling of alarm or solicitude.
    • becoming uneasy or cautious about: feared the test outcomes.
    • To have a reverential awe of; become solicitous in order to avoid the displeasure of.
    • to stay in awe of; revere.
    • To consider likely; expect: I worry you're wrong. I worry I have bad news for you personally.
    • Archaic To feel fear within (oneself).
    • to-be anxious or solicitous for; now replaced by worry for.
    • To think; to question.
    • To affright; to terrify; to operate a vehicle away or prevent method of by concern.
    • To feel an agonizing apprehension of; to-be scared of; to think about or expect with emotion of security or solicitude.
    • To have a reverential awe of; to be solicitous to avoid the displeasure of.
    • To be anxious or solicitous for; now replaced by concern for.
    • To think; to question.
    • To affright; to terrify; to drive away or prevent method of by worry.
    • To feel an unpleasant apprehension of; is afraid of; to take into account or expect with feeling of security or solicitude.
    • To have a reverential awe of; become solicitous to avoid the displeasure of.
    • become anxious or solicitous for; now changed by concern for.
    • To think; to question.
    • To affright; to terrify; to drive away or prevent strategy of by fear.
    • become afraid or frightened of.
    • become uneasy or wary about: feared the test outcomes.
    • to stay awe of; revere.
    • to think about possible; expect: we worry you will be incorrect. I worry i've bad news for your needs.
    • becoming afraid or frightened of.
    • is uneasy or apprehensive about: feared the test results.
    • to stay awe of; revere.
    • To consider possible; expect: I fear you will be incorrect. I worry I have bad development available.
    • Archaic To feel anxiety within (oneself).
    • Archaic To feel fear within (oneself).
    • To feel a painful apprehension of; becoming scared of; to consider or anticipate with emotion of alarm or solicitude.
    • to possess a reverential awe of; to-be solicitous to avoid the displeasure of.
    • To feel a painful apprehension of; is afraid of; to think about or anticipate with emotion of security or solicitude.
    • to possess a reverential awe of; become solicitous in order to avoid the displeasure of.
    • to-be anxious or solicitous for; today changed by fear for.
    • To think; to question.
    • To affright; to terrify; to-drive away or prevent method of by fear.
    • is nervous or solicitous for; today changed by worry for.
    • To suspect; to doubt.
    • To affright; to terrify; to-drive away or avoid method of by worry.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • becoming afraid.
    • To be uneasy or apprehensive.
    • to-be afraid.
    • is uneasy or anxious.
    • to-be afraid.
    • to-be uneasy or anxious.
    • To be in apprehension of evil; become afraid; to feel anxiety because of some anticipated evil.
    • To be in apprehension of evil; to-be afraid; to feel anxiety due to some expected evil.
    • to stay apprehension of evil; to be afraid; to feel anxiety due to some anticipated evil.
    • to-be afraid.
    • To be uneasy or anxious.
    • To be afraid.
    • To be uneasy or anxious.
    • to stay apprehension of bad; becoming afraid; to feel anxiety on account of some expected evil.
    • To be in apprehension of evil; is afraid; to feel anxiety due to some anticipated evil.
  • verb:
    • resulting in worry to; to frighten.
    • To feel fear about (anything).
    • To venerate; to feel awe towards.
    • Regret
    • resulting in anxiety to; to frighten.
    • To feel concern about (something).
    • To venerate; to feel awe towards.
    • Regret
    • To cause anxiety to; to frighten.
    • To feel concern about (one thing).
    • To venerate; to feel awe in direction of.
    • Regret
    • be sorry; accustomed introduce a distressing statement
    • be sorry; accustomed present a distressing declaration
    • be uneasy or cautious about
    • hesitate or scared of; be frightened of
    • be afraid or feel nervous or apprehensive about a possible or probable scenario or event
    • respect with emotions of value and reverence; consider hallowed or exalted or be in awe of
    • be uneasy or apprehensive about
    • be sorry; accustomed introduce an embarrassing declaration
    • be uneasy or wary about
    • To cause fear to; to frighten.
    • To feel concern about (something).
    • To venerate; to feel awe toward.
    • hesitate or scared of; be frightened of
    • To cause concern to; to frighten.
    • Regret
    • hesitate or afraid of; be frightened of
    • To feel worry about (something).
    • To venerate; to feel awe toward.
    • hesitate or feel nervous or wary about a potential or possible circumstance or event
    • Regret
    • hesitate or feel anxious or wary about a possible or possible situation or event
    • respect with emotions of value and reverence; consider hallowed or exalted or be in awe of
    • respect with feelings of value and reverence; consider hallowed or exalted or be in awe of
    • be sorry; regularly introduce an embarrassing statement
    • be uneasy or cautious about
    • forget or scared of; be frightened of
    • be afraid or feel anxious or cautious about a potential or likely scenario or occasion
    • regard with emotions of respect and reverence; consider hallowed or exalted or perhaps in awe of
    • be sorry; always present an embarrassing statement
    • be uneasy or apprehensive about
    • forget or scared of; be frightened of
    • forget or feel anxious or cautious about a potential or likely circumstance or event
    • respect with thoughts of respect and reverence; consider hallowed or exalted or be in awe of
  • adjective:
    • in a position; able; stout; powerful; sound.
    • Able; capable; stout; strong; sound.
    • in a position; able; stout; strong; sound.
    • Able; capable; stout; powerful; noise.
    • in a position; able; stout; strong; sound.
  • others:
    • To frighten; affright; terrify; drive away or ward off by worry.
    • To feel an agonizing apprehension of, as some impending evil; forget of; consider or anticipate with feelings of security or solicitude.
    • To reverence; have a reverential awe of; venerate.
    • to possess worry for; have anxiety about; be solicitous for.
    • become frightened; forget; take apprehension of wicked; feel anxiety because of some expected evil.
    • to stay nervous anxiety; question.
    • To frighten; affright; terrify; drive away or stay away by anxiety.
    • To feel a painful apprehension of, as some impending evil; forget of; consider or expect with emotions of alarm or solicitude.
    • To reverence; have a reverential awe of; venerate.
    • To have concern for; have actually anxiety about; be solicitous for.
    • To be frightened; hesitate; maintain apprehension of wicked; feel anxiety due to some expected evil.
    • To be in anxious uncertainty; question.
    • Able; able; stout; powerful; sound: as, hale and worry (entire and whole, really and sound).
    • ready; capable; stout; strong; sound: as, hale and worry (entire and whole, well and seem).
    • To frighten; affright; terrify; drive away or ward off by anxiety.
    • To feel an unpleasant apprehension of, as some impending evil; forget of; consider or expect with thoughts of security or solicitude.
    • To reverence; have a reverential awe of; venerate.
    • having worry for; have anxiety about; be solicitous for.
    • is frightened; forget; maintain apprehension of bad; feel anxiety due to some expected evil.
    • to stay in nervous uncertainty; doubt.
    • in a position; able; stout; strong; sound: as, hale and concern (whole and whole, well and sound).
    • To frighten; affright; terrify; drive away or stay away by fear.
    • To feel a painful apprehension of, as some impending evil; hesitate of; consider or anticipate with feelings of alarm or solicitude.
    • To reverence; have a reverential awe of; venerate.
    • To have anxiety for; have actually anxiety about; be solicitous for.
    • To be frightened; hesitate; maintain apprehension of bad; feel anxiety because of some anticipated evil.
    • to stay anxious doubt; doubt.
    • To frighten; affright; terrify; drive away or stay away by concern.
    • To feel an unpleasant apprehension of, as some impending evil; forget of; consider or expect with feelings of security or solicitude.
    • To reverence; have a reverential awe of; venerate.
    • to possess concern for; have actually anxiety about; be solicitous for.
    • is frightened; forget; maintain apprehension of evil; feel anxiety on account of some expected evil.
    • To be in anxious anxiety; question.
    • Able; able; stout; powerful; noise: as, hale and worry (entire and entire, well and appear).
    • Able; capable; stout; strong; sound: as, hale and fear (whole and entire, really and sound).

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