Thesaurus / frightened

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Words over the wire never sounded better to the frightened boy than those words.

The Mountain DivideFrank H. Spearman

At the sound of her steps the man arose and came toward her; this had frightened her, and she gave the cry.

The Hated SonHonore de Balzac

The gipsies have been all frightened away by the Vagrants Act, and no great loss to the community in general.

The Hardy CountryCharles G. Harper

One sharp word from Stewart calmed Madeline's horse; the other horses, however, were frightened and not inclined to stand.

I was too frightened to move for several minutes, but when I looked up the ceiling was back in place as if nothing had touched it.

Questions in frightened voices filled the air against this background of suppressed weeping.

Had there been light enough for Rosario to see the Rector's face, she would doubtless have obeyed, frightened.

Mayflower (Flor de mayo)Vicente Blasco Ibez

The quietness of everything there frightened me, called up every foolish, childhood fear and superstition.

The Seven-Branched CandlestickGilbert W. (Gilbert Wolf) Gabriel

Involuntarily she got up, holding out her arms to him, offering herself to his needs, with her frightened eyes fixed on his.

BirthrightT.S. Stribling

You may rise up in the air, or something of the kind, but don't be frightened.

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