ascared vs scared : Common Errors in English

About ascared vs scared

The misspelling “ascared” is probably influenced by the spelling of the synonym “afraid,” but the standard English word is “scared.”

scared Meaning(s)

  • (s) made afraid

scared in News

  1. Gomez: Markey running scared in Mass. Senate race

    CHELSEA, Mass. (AP) — Republican U.S. Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez says President Barack Obama's visit to Massachusetts and an upcoming appearance by former President Bill Clinton show his Democratic opponent is running scared.        
    on June 13, 2013 Source: Boston Globe

  2. Colbert Urges ‘Courage To Stay Scared Sh*tless’: We Already Had NSA Debate And ‘Surrendered Our Rights’

    The news cycle is all NSA surveillance coverage all the time nowadays — but Stephen Colbert observed on Tuesday night that the spirited debate we're having is actually quite an old one. We already "surrendered our rights" under the previous administration, he reminded. But we must manage to muster the "courage to stay scared shitless."
    on June 12, 2013 Source: Mediaite

  3. ‘Scared to death’

    Payson Mayor Kenny Evans says he’s “scared to death” about the town’s budget prospects, especially with a proposed state overhaul of the sales tax still unresolved.
    on June 12, 2013 Source: Payson Roundup

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