feare

feare

(fɪə)
n
a variant form of fere
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After the collapse of civilization, a group of survivors share a campfire and begin to piece together the plot of "The Simpsons" episode "Cape Feare" entirely from memory.
certaine persons which enjoy all the comfortes of this life whatsoever wealth can procure, and whatsoever friendship offereth of kindnes, and whatsoever security may assure them: yet to be overwhelmed with heavines, and dismaide with such feare, as they can neither receive consolation, nor hope of assurance, notwithstanding ther be neither matter of feare, or discontentment, nor yet cause of daunger, but contrarily of great comfort, and gratulation [....] being not moued by any aduersity present or imminent [....] (90) Even Henry's outward manifestation of simplicity and humility by preferring to dress austerely in "wholly black, rejecting expressly all curious fashion of clothing" (Blacman 36) is reminiscent not only of Hamlet's "nighted colour" (Ham.
feare hom h husba But she had to admit that her husband of two years coped far better than she does.
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Ne're fash, quo Meg, Sr aw Thing shall be right But sare I feare Yr Honr is too nice Id gar Ye take for aunce a Feuls advice.
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: [...] There is no boggy ground, knowne in all the Country, from whence the Sunne may exhale unwholesom vapours: But there are divers arematicall herbes, and plants, as Sassafras, Muske, Roses, Violets, Balme, Lawrell, Hunnisuckles, and the like, that [...] perfume the aire.
Joan was forced to sleep with Symond from two weeks before Christmas to Candlemas, and, 'not having the feare of God before her eyes, being overcome with the entyceing and alurement of the same younge man, consenting to his wicked demand, is now become with child by the same Symond' (ERO, Q/SR 79/5).
117 A Skeltonicall continued ryme, in praise of my New-found-land Although in cloaths, company, buildings faire, With England, New-found-land cannot compare: Did some know what contentment I found there, Alwayes enough, most times somewhat to spare, With little paines, lesse toyle, and lesser care, Exempt from taxings, ill newes, Lawing, feare, If cleane, and warme, no matter what you weare, Healthy and wealthy, if men carefull are, With much much more, then I will now declare, (I say) if some wise men knew what this were, (I doe beleeve) they'd live no other where.
The play, set in the "very near future" of American society, is centered around the main characters' conflicting memories of the "Cape Feare" episode of the animated television series "The Simpsons" as they try to piece together the plot of the show that has long since been destroyed.