fear[ feer ]SEE DEFINITION OF fear
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FEAR
He was seized with fear for what he might do in his despair.
"I fear you do not quite understand me," said the Professor.
Aunt Jane approached a degree nearer the equator, and said, gently, "I fear I do."
These shrinking hairs, they feared not death, but they seemed to fear Malbone.
The world has nothing to fear from military ambition in our Government.
No suspicion or fear can be rightly directed toward our country.
I have no fear of those enlargements of the Constitution that seem to be approaching.
I fear that no other world call show its anything just like this.
And if I were to be at all observant of him, it must be from fear, not love.
Was it not fear that had made his nerves so rocklike as he faced that crowd and made his get-away?
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FEAR
- be apprehensive of
- be curious
- be dubious
- be in a quandary
- be puzzled
- be uncertain
- be undetermined
- call in question
- give no credence
- harbor suspicion
- have one's doubts
- have qualms
- not buy
- read differently
- smell a rat
- take dim view of
- wonder at