FEAR


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Related to FEAR: phobia
AcronymDefinition
FEARFirst Encounter Assault Recon (gaming)
FEARForfeiture Endangers American Rights
FEARFederal Employee Antidiscrimination and Retaliation Act of 2002
FEARFalse Expectations Appearing Real
FEARForget Everything And Run (polite form)
FEARFor Everything A Reason
FEARForget Everything and Remember
FEARFalse Experiences Appearing Real
FEARFinding Excuses and Reasons
FEARFinding Everything and Realizing (Ian Brown music video)
FEARFace Everything and Rejoice
FEARFalse Emotions Appearing Real
FEARFailure Expected And Received
FEARFuture Events Appearing Real
FEARForget Everything and Relax
FEARForgetting Everything is All Right
FEARFlexible Embodied Animat Architecture (language independent open-source project for the creation of portable AI)
FEARFalse Expectations About Reality
FEARFelines Enraged About Rodents (book - Ragweed)
FEARFuture Events Appear Real
FEARFar East Adventure Racers (Hong Kong)
FEARFrantic Effort to Avoid Reality
FEARForgetting Everything About Reality
FEARFuture Events Already Ruined
FEARFalse Evidence Appearing Real
FEARFace Everything And Recover
FEARForce Elements at Readiness
References in classic literature ?
As a rule, they were stuffed with fear--and with a fear so strange and alien that it had no ponderable quality.
Ye know, children," he began, "that of all things ye most fear Man"; and there was a mutter of agreement.
So the grey cub knew fear, though he knew not the stuff of which fear was made.
For fear of wild animals--that hath been longest fostered in man, inclusive of the animal which he concealeth and feareth in himself:--Zarathustra calleth it 'the beast inside.
Rage and fear have been especially studied by Cannon, whose work is of the greatest importance.
I came out of this age of ours, this ripe prime of the human race, when Fear does not paralyse and mystery has lost its terrors.
Chaka heard it and shook with fear, but his ears were deaf to its burden, though mine were open.
But at last his fear of his own warriors, watching behind him, grew greater than the fear of the unknown behind the ancient door and he pushed the heavy skeel aside and entered.
I fear that I should prove a very poor judge, madame," Tarzan replied, "for if you had been guilty of murder I should say that the victim should be grateful to have met so sweet a fate.
He knew neither fear nor mercy, except upon rare occasions when some strange, inexplicable force stayed his hand--a force inexplicable to him, perhaps, because of his ignorance of his own origin and of all the forces of humanitarianism and civilization that were his rightful heritage because of that origin.
Besides this, he saw the arms of Italy, especially those by which he might have been assisted, in hands that would fear the aggrandizement of the Pope, namely, the Orsini and the Colonnesi and their following.
The Russian was attempting to make travel as difficult as possible for him by turning the natives against him in superstitious fear.