A strong, uncontrollable, unpleasant emotion caused by actual or perceived danger or threat. (noun)
A phobia, a sense of fear induced by something or someone. (noun)
Extreme veneration or awe, as toward a supreme being or deity. (noun)
To cause fear to; to frighten. (verb)
To feel fear about (something). (verb)
To venerate; to feel awe towards. (verb)
Examples of word Fear
Where one protasis is followed by another opposed in meaning, but affirmative in form, the second is introduced by sÄ«n; as, -- hunc mihi timÅrem Ä“ripe; sÄ« vÄ“rus est, nÄ“ opprimar, sÄ«n falsus, ut timÄ“re dÄ“sinam, _relieve me of this fear; if it is well founded, that I may not be destroyed; but if it is groundless, that I may cease to fear_.
Shall it be of that famous Saplana who runneth away to put himself in hiding; -- for fear -- _verily for fear_ -- the Commander of Famagosta! afraid to die like
I remember that I broke forth with words like theseÂ—Â“I do not fear, my soul does not fearÂ”; and at the same time I found the strength to rise.
He had only to dare; and pain and poverty and fear -- above all else _fear_ -- would end forever! ...
In the fourth place, the feeling and principle of fear ought to enter into the experience of both youth and manhood, _because it relieves from all other fear_.