- v cause fear in
- v drive out by frightening
- s made afraid
the frightened child cowered in the corner
- s thrown into a state of intense fear or desperation
- Doctors have long believed that there is basis in fact for the old tag: so-and-so was "frightened to death.
- Kids were so frightened by these films that they wet themselves in terror.
- Pointing to the frightened child, the Indian woman begged Surgeon Geraldo Lozada to exorcise the evil spirits which had taken possession of her.
- Barack Obama in msnbc.com
This has been a disaster for this region, and people are understandably frightened and concerned about what the next few months and the next few years may hold,Obama said after a briefing with the Coast Guard's Allen and the governors of...
- Lisa Nowak in Reuters
I know this has also been very hard for Colleen Shipman and I would like her to know how very sorry I am for having frightened her in any way and about the subsequent public harassment that has followed all of us,Nowak told reporters outside...
- Nicole Kidman in Forbes
I was frightened and I was worried there was going to be an accident,Kidman said.