SCARED


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AcronymDefinition
SCAREDScreen for Child Anxiety Related Emotional Disorders (evaluation)
SCAREDSupport, Concern and Resources for Eating Disorders
SCAREDSharp County Arkansas Researchers of Entities and Demons (Cave City, AR)
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"Were you scared when I looked at you just now?" inquired Aunt Em.
"Well, I won't hurt you, so don't be scared any more.
Then he was scared and sorry, and got down on his knees and lifted his head up, and begged him to speak and say he wasn't dead; and before long he come to, and when he see who it was holding his head, he jumped like he was
'most scared to death, and cleared the fence and tore into the woods, and was gone.
Newman told her, with a gleeful laugh, that if she chose she might have a little maid on purpose to thread her needles; and he went away murmuring to himself again that the old woman WAS scared--she WAS scared!
I'll promise you that, before I begin, and you needn't get scared either, because it's all good.
The SUFFERING was awful but I didn't mind that as much as being scared ma wouldn't take me to the wedding.
Hullo, Matey, don't be scared. You can come back now.
I got so down-hearted and scared I did wish I had some company.
Whenever I've met a man I've been awfully scared; but I just roared at him, and he has always run away as fast as he could go.
If it was a question of a scare, my discovery on this occasion had scared me more than any other, and it was in the condition of nerves produced by it that I made my actual inductions.
According to media reports, students were busy in their exams of matric when some unknown armed masked men opened fire outside the school due to which students became scared.