He feared now she meant to lose it irrevocably through remarriage.
She had feared he might rush his proposal through that night; he had been so much in earnest.
These shrinking hairs, they feared not death, but they seemed to fear Malbone.
I feared rough usage at the railroad, and rougher associations.
I knew by the way the girl stopped crying that she both knew and feared him.
No one saw him hurt, but it is feared he was, and that he has been left behind.
We might send him to the post, but that's all the good it'll do us, I'm feared.
What had seemed so real to him then he feared to-day to face, as trivial and weak.
He had feared to meet her—something in his presence might cause her to suspect that something was wrong.
Since it was he, there was nothing to be feared for the window; were he to touch it, he would only embellish it.