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First I won’t leave my warm house, roommate and cat to drive onto central Florida’s main artery, Interstate 4, a ride that has provided me with more scares and longer wait times than anything at Disney or Universal.

Warnock has tried to brush all this off as Republicans using scare tactics.

Weddings, vacations, car repairs and health scares never occur on a set schedule but you can plan on paying for these events by setting aside small amounts of money each month to better prepare yourself when life inevitably gets in the way.

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He says that WhatsApp groups were full of rumors and false reports of shootings, so he decided to use the app as a way to “avoid unnecessary scares.”

On the other side of the standings, the New York Jets fell to a league-worst 0-10, but not before giving the Los Angeles Chargers a scare on the road.

At first, she thought he was just joking around, but soon, Mulvehill was scaring her, according to the report.

Scaring voters, whether about ISIS or Ebola, is good for the GOP.

Both insisted Goldwater was scaring away the swing voters Republicans needed with his unyielding conservatism.

We were all born to tell the stories of our lives; the problem lies in scaring up an audience.

Talk show host extraordinaire Ellen DeGeneres is known for her love of scaring her guests and staff.

It will almost break me heart when the gang comes and begins tearing up the swamp and scaring away me chickens.

But the religious troubles of the Netherlands were already scaring capital and industry from their older seats.

What did they mean by coming into his veldt and shooting his game without his leave, and scaring his ostriches all over the place?

This country belongs to the red man, but his white brethren travels through, shooting the game and scaring it away.

Why didn't you join the girls, instead of hanging behind and scaring them half to death?


On this page you'll find 44 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to scaring, such as: alarming, astounding, awful, dire, disheartening, and dreadful.

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