Noun(1) an emotion experienced in anticipation of some specific pain or danger (usually accompanied by a desire to flee or fight
Verb(1) cause fear in
(1) A voice answered from behind her, before a wrinkled hand clamped down on the girl's shoulder, making her jump into the air from a case of sudden fright .(2) I noticed someone who was examining the corpse turn pale with fright as he turned to the officer.(3) I continued my journey, and though I say this with such a casual tone, it would be quite a fright when I experienced my upcoming conflict.(4) Her eyes were damp with tears and her face pale with fright and pain, so her forced smile seemed very out of place.(5) Although she was pale with fright and nauseous from the strain, Ava had to chuckle.(6) Mary, a short pug-nosed brunette, jumped in fright at the sudden entrance of a stranger and opened her mouth to scream but no sound came.(7) He noticed Trudy standing in the doorway, her face pale with fright .(8) Forgive me if I appear to be laughing it off - nervous laughter is sometimes the only defense we have against panic and fright .(9) come, be comforted, he shan't fright you(10) He jumped in fright , swerved and nearly crashed the cab.(11) One day, arriving home after a morning of swimming and diving in the village river, Vernel got the fright of his life.(12) The reality of such fears is borne out by the evidence of tombstones testifying to those who died of fright after seeing a ghost.(13) Thoroughly demoralized by my dream, I was in a state of nervous fright by the time I got to the venue.(14) The first time I experienced it, it gave me the fright of my life.(15) An owl fluttered its wings and both Heidi and I jumped out of fright .(16) I jumped up in fright
(1) stage-fright :: bosqichi-qo'rquv
1. fear ::
2. a scare ::
3. ugly sight ::
5. affright ::
fright, frighted, frighting, frights
Word Example from TV Shows
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Please, FRIGHT depends
on an element of surprise.
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 7
I'm sure you've had quite a FRIGHT.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 3
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