FEAR


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Related to FEAR: phobia
AcronymDefinition
FEARFirst Encounter Assault Recon (gaming)
FEARFalse Evidence Appearing Real
FEARFace Everything and Rise
FEARForget Everything and Run (polite form)
FEARFor Everything a Reason
FEARFeeling Excited and Ready
FEARFace Everything And Recover
FEARForfeiture Endangers American Rights
FEARFace Everything and Respond
FEARFederal Employee Antidiscrimination and Retaliation Act of 2002
FEARFalse Expectations Appearing Real
FEARFor Every and All Religions
FEARForgetting Everything About Reality
FEARForce Elements at Readiness
FEARFailure Expected and Received
FEARForget Everything and Remember
FEARFalse Experiences Appearing Real
FEARFuture Events Already Ruined
FEARFinding Excuses and Reasons
FEARFail Early and Responsibly (Robert Kiyosak methodology)
FEARFrantic Efforts to Appear Recovered (Alcoholics Anonymous chat slang)
FEARFighting Ego against Reality (Alcoholics Anonymous chat slang)
FEARFrantic Effort to Appear Real (Alcoholics Anonymous Slang)
FEARFeelings Every Alcoholic Rejects (Alcoholics Anonymous chat slang)
FEARFew Ever Arrive Rejoicing (Alcoholics Anonymous chat slang)
FEARFear Expressed Allows Relief (Alcoholics Anoymous chat slang)
FEARFinding Everything and Realizing (Ian Brown music video)
FEARFace Everything and Rejoice
FEARFalse Emotions Appearing Real
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)
FEARFor Every & All Religion
FEARFuture Events Appear Real
FEARFar East Adventure Racers (Hong Kong)
FEARFrantic Effort to Avoid Reality
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 some forms of fear, however, may, he thinks, gain expression without the brain.
`Still, however helpless the little people in the presence of their mysterious Fear, I was differently constituted.
Chaka heard it and shook with fear, but his ears were deaf to its burden, though mine were open.
To us, who may doubt the existence of malignant spirits, his fear may seem unbelievable, for he was a strong man, an excellent swordsman, and a warrior of great repute; but the fact remained that O-Tar of Manator was nervous with apprehension as he strode the corridors of his palace toward the deserted halls of O-Mai and when he stood at last with his hand upon the door that opened from the dusty corridor to the very apartments themselves he was almost paralyzed with terror.
"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."
No longer did she fear harm to her first-born at the hands of the ape-man.
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.
Fear might drive him to the attempt now that he knew the manner of horrible pack that was upon his trail, and that Tarzan of the Apes was following him to wreak upon him the vengeance that he deserved.