Philothea has glided from the apartment, as if afraid to remain in my presence.
"I am afraid I should make a poor hand at it," said Mrs. Rushton, smiling.
That he is afraid to trust banks, and hides his money in the earth.
“I am afraid he is past ransom,” said the youth, shaking his head.
I'm afraid of myself, even in spite of our affairs being so bad.
As for him—well caviare, I'm afraid, will always be caviare to Jimmy Nesbit.
She knew the butler's life history two days after she had ceased to be afraid of him.
"I am afraid you give me too much credit," said Robert, modestly.
She saw me in the yacht, only once; she knew me; she was afraid.
We wish it because we think it is right and not because we are afraid.