feare

feare

(fɪə)
n
a variant form of fere
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Now since it is a Country so infinitely blest with foode, and fire, to roast or boyle our Flesh and Fish, why should any man feare for cold there, in a Country warmer in winter, than some parts of France and neerer the Sunne: [.
Mr Skripal, who was jailed in Moscow for handing secrets to MI6 before being released in the 2010 swap deal, had told relatives he feare Russian agents would one day come for him.
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who vnder colour of friendship and bloud creeping in about his maiestie, and seeking onelie their owne particuliar profit and promotion: shaking off (as it were) not onelie all christian and charitable nature: but euen the generall points and offices of humanitie vsed amongst most barbarous people, without feare of God or man, as subtill foxes and bloudie woolues, by wresting of lawes and other deceitfull practises hath so wasted, torne in peeces, and deuoured the whole bodie of this afflicted commonwealth, that of the whole ancient forme of iustice and policie receiued of our ancestors, remaineth nothing, neither in spirituall or temporall estate.
And since most Preachers of our Nation, Tobacco drinke with moderation, Why should I feare of prophanation?
According to Dr Redknap, this reflects sentiments expressed on other rings such as Feare God, from Trawsfynydd, FEARE GOD, from Llantwit Major, and lettering, enamelled decoration and form indicate that it is late 16th century in date.
Even after upon his showing Womanhood his qualifying shield she allows him to continue, Scudamour relates: "euermore vpon the Goddesse [Venus's] face / Mine eye was fixt, for feare of her offence" (56.
The play opens in an encampment, where a group of literally powerless survivors pass the time by dredging up dialogue and plot points from "Cape Feare," an honest-to-God fifth-season "Simpsons" episode.
Further, Starlings make use of a variety of nest sites (Kessell 1957; Feare 1984).
In murdering his daughter, she argues, 'you cannot enjoy the companie of your other children when you come home for they will even feare and abhorre you'.
Foxes booke of Martirs for a more full relation of his doings but that ys so full (though I doubt not, verie faithfull) that I feare your highness will finde it over tedious to reade.
4) In A Little Treatise of the Manner and Form of Confession, Erasmus explains "that the synner myghte take truste and courage of Christes promyses, and that he myght loue, rather than feare," but he notes that "ouermoche care full and scrupulous rehersal and rekenyng up" of sins and their circumstances is commonplace: "This disco[m]moditie or yuel chau[n]seth moste specially in children, womene, an aged folke, & suche as be by nature of a timorous & fearefull my[n] de" (sig.