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Scared vs. Afraid

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Scaredadjective

Feeling fear; afraid, frightened.

Afraidadjective

Impressed with fear or apprehension; in fear.

‘He is afraid of death.’; ‘He is afraid to die.’; ‘He is afraid that he will die.’;

Scaredverb

simple past tense and past participle of scare

Afraidadjective

(colloquial) regretful, sorry

‘I am afraid I cannot help you in this matter.’;

Scaredadjective

made afraid;

‘the frightened child cowered in the corner’; ‘too shocked and scared to move’;

Afraid

Impressed with fear or apprehension; in fear; apprehensive.

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Afraidadjective

filled with fear or apprehension;

‘afraid even to turn his head’; ‘suddenly looked afraid’; ‘afraid for his life’; ‘afraid of snakes’; ‘afraid to ask questions’;

Afraidadjective

filled with regret or concern; used often to soften an unpleasant statement;

‘I'm afraid I won't be able to come’; ‘he was afraid he would have to let her go’; ‘I'm afraid you're wrong’;

Afraidadjective

feeling worry or concern or insecurity;

‘She was afraid that I might be embarrassed’; ‘terribly afraid of offending someone’; ‘I am afraid we have witnessed only the first phase of the conflict’;

Afraidadjective

having feelings of aversion or unwillingness;

‘afraid of hard work’; ‘affaid to show emotion’;

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