(USED WITH OBJECT) [SCARED, SCAR·ING.]
to fill, especially suddenly, with fear or terror; frighten; alarm.
(USED WITHOUT OBJECT) [SCARED, SCAR·ING.]
to become frightened: That horse scares easily.
a sudden fright or alarm, especially with little or no reason.
a time or condition of alarm or worry: For three months there was a war scare.
scare up, Informal. to obtain with effort; find or gather: to scare up money.
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thrown into or being in a state of fear, fright, or panic <scared of snakes> <scared
to go out>. See scared defined for English-language learners.
To look scared
or afraid, the dancer opens her mouth and eyes widely, and places her hands on her face. More »
To strike with sudden fear; alarm. See Synonyms at frighten. v.intr. To become
frightened: a child who scares easily. n. 1. A condition or sensation of sudden
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