Indeed I am terribly afeared
the squire will do her a mischief in his passion, for he is a prodigious passionate gentleman; and I am afeared
too the poor lady will be brought to break her heart, for she is as tender-hearted as a chicken.
it's mighty dusty here today--but there's no need of looking at dust when you can look at such scenery, is there?"
Somehow it didn't seem to me that I said it was Mary before, so I didn't look up -- seemed to me I said it was Sarah; so I felt sort of cornered, and was afeared
maybe I was looking it, too.
"Me and Huck's mighty glad to see you again, and you needn't be afeared
And now," he groaned, "she's afeared
she will die without my being there to hold her hand."
I ain't afeared
of anything on this side o' the grave; but I thought that maybe it was him that died o' the typhoid inspecting the drains what killed him.
Wolves is fine things in a storybook, and I dessay when they gets in packs and does be chivyin' somethin' that's more afeared
than they is they can make a devil of a noise and chop it up, whatever it is.
'It's no reason, Arthur,' said the old woman, bending over him to whisper, 'that because I am afeared
of my life of 'em, you should be.
'I've got a bad name this way,' said Fern; 'and I'm not likely, I'm afeared
, to get a better.
class="MsoNormalThose who have been following the scriptures associated with the events or mysteries commemorated during that period will certainly have noted the recurrence in them of the command, "fear not" and its associated forms, like "do not be afraid" or, in classical English version, "be not afeared
Appendix A: Error Code (Zemach & Rumisek, 2003) sp = spelling The boy was afeared
of the dog.
She questions whether Macbeth is "afeared
/ To be the same in thine own act and valour, / As thou art in desire" (1.7.39-41), accuses him of fearing to kill Duncan, and impugns his manhood.