fright[ frahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF fright
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRIGHT
In its fright, it had probably mistaken us for a band of buffalo.
They said to my face that I was a beauty; at Mr. Jones's, they said I was a fright.
I shall get no sleep to-night and to-morrow look like a fright to pay for it—no!
Now that she has reached the stage of fright, I have great fun with her.
It is nothing but nervousness and fright at that horrible firing.
Renmark thought, with a smile, that if Yates were in his place he would at least give them a fright.
As you may easily imagine, the Old Man of the Sea awoke in a fright.
The Nubian, taken completely by surprise, began to chatter with fright.
Dumb with fright, the boys stood and looked at the destruction.
I should die of misery and fright and loneliness in this awful jungle.