What's any of them little haythen been coin' to scare ye, missy?
You've played jokes on her, and told her things to scare her—and my grief!
I just know he's a cowardy-cat, because he's always trying to scare ME.
With Mr. Morris at the front end of that log, there's no hope of scare.
Not just because I was frightened, it wasn't so simple as a scare.
I guess I won't go ahead and scare him off; he'll stay and pick around.
It had been conditioned to scare easily, where blueskins might be involved.
Not that I was so homely I'd scare the crows, but he didn't want me to be vain.
If he is, he must stand at the gate and scare off Come-Outers.
Do you really attach importance to this scare of a German invasion?