feart

feart

(fɪət; Scottish fiːrt)
adj
afraid
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I'm some feart for the spread o es kyn o prottick fae ithers efter their ain political gains an far micht at lead us?
The guy is a rocket!" Stephen Reid said: "He's hiding behind a razor-wire fence as he is too feart to walk among the people."
Mo was too feart to look out into the dark night while waiting for her new living room curtains
Till you were feart Stripped of everything, naked as the day you Emerged, a small boy out of the womb With no sense, slipping out of that cocoon Of the fire or the trenches or the stench.
(7.) La lettre de Talma evoque les debuts, a ses cotes, de Mlle Feart dans le role de Cassandre d''Agamemnon de Nepomucene-Louis Lemercier (voir Mercure de France, 3 septembre 1817, 608) et celle de Rachel consiste en une simple demande de places a un directeur de theatre.
Margaret Ellam said: "Fantastic video, hope the roads department at the council were impressed"; and Mary Teresa Beekman-Thomas said: "How I would have loved that when I was young - not now, though; too feart. We are melting with the heat here in Sydney."
(63.) Capuron L, Schroecksnadel S, Feart C, Aubert A, Higueret D, Barberger-Gateau P, et al.
[71.] Feart, C., Samieri, C., Rondeau, V., Amieva, H., Portet, F., Dartigues, J.
Rodriguez-Manas, L., Feart, C., Mann, G., Vina, J., Chatterji, S., Chodzko-Zajko, W., ...
(12.) Feart C, Mingaud F, Enderlin V, Husson M, Alfos S, Higueret P, et al.