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Nudity is far more frightening to people than seeing people hurt.

It's an even more frightening reality that within mere hours, a new idea of how we want our bodies to look can take off.

There are, of course, much bigger and more frightening ghostly traces that the hotel has to offer Jack, Danny and Wendy.

But for reporter Michael Moss, the more frightening revelation is what companies are knowingly putting into our diet.

Take the Palestinians for granted, however, and this relative quiet will eventually give way to something far more frightening.

This particular news story seemed more frightening than most, but still it was taken more or less as shuddery entertainment.

And somehow he found Dr. Webber's attack infinitely more frightening.

Sinister forces more frightening than the previous solitude had now to be reckoned with.

Another terrible moment that is due to come may seem even more frightening because it is you who are slipping.

Well, I dare say the whisk of a petticoat would be more frightening than all his doctors of divinity.

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On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to frightening, such as: daunting, disheartening, formidable, rebarbative, and redoubtable.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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