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Just before he fired, he makes a dramatic picture of himself--as usual, to scare the reader:
Desecrated as the body is, a vengeful ghost survives and hovers over it to scare.
I was expecting to scare them, but I wasn't expecting to scare them to death.
It warn't no trouble to see that he WANTED to talk about it, but always along at first he would scare away from it when he got on the very edge of it, and go to talking about something else.
It seems to me they must be more cowardly than you are if they allow you to scare them so easily.
Being warned of what is to occur we must try to bear the terrific noise of your growl; but Chiss won't expect it, and it will scare him away.
The remaining birds at once forsook his fields, crying to each other, "It is time for us to be off to Liliput: for this man is no longer content to scare us, but begins to show us in earnest what he can do.
He who would strip you of veils and wrappers, and paints and gestures, would just have enough left to scare the crows.
For the land's sake, Miss Pollyanna, what a scare you did give me," panted Nancy, hurrying up to the big rock, down which Pollyanna had just regretfully slid.
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Members enjoy nothing more than delivering, a good old-fashioned scare.
For the desperate - or inebriated - looking for cheap, post-pub scares, this will do.