1 For myself, I felt a sort of paralysis of fear.
2 I fear it was no dream, and must act on this surmise.
3 I shall not fear to sleep in any place where he is not.
4 I grew dreadfully afraid, and the horses shared my fear.
5 He looked wild-eyed and haggard, and I greatly fear his reason has given way.
6 He was in a panic of superstitious fear, and I am afraid the panic may spread.
7 Fear there will be some trouble, as either he or the men will do some violence.
8 I doubt; I fear; I think strange things, which I dare not confess to my own soul.
9 Men are beyond fear, working stolidly and patiently, with minds made up to worst.
10 My fear fell from me as if it had been a vaporous garment which dissolved in the warmth.
11 There was no time to think of what might happen; a vague, overmastering fear obscured all details.
12 I greatly fear that she is of too super-sensitive a nature to go through the world without trouble.
13 Men all in a panic of fear; sent a round robin, asking to have double watch, as they fear to be alone.
14 There was something about them that made me uneasy, some longing and at the same time some deadly fear.
15 This was all so strange and uncanny that a dreadful fear came upon me, and I was afraid to speak or move.
16 It has always been at night-time that I have been molested or threatened, or in some way in danger or in fear.
17 Suddenly I became broad awake, and sat up, with a horrible sense of fear upon me, and of some feeling of emptiness around me.
18 I believe we forgot everything except, of course, personal fear, and it seemed to wipe the slate clean and give us a fresh start.
19 I seemed somehow to know her face, and to know it in connection with some dreamy fear, but I could not recollect at the moment how or where.
20 He had evidently, as the doctor said, fallen back in the seat in some sort of fright, for there was a look of fear and horror on his face that the men said made them shudder.