1 I must be careful not to frighten her.
2 He positively frightened me, he was so fierce.
3 It would at once frighten him and enjealous him, too.
4 I felt a little strangely, and not a little frightened.
5 It would shock and frighten her to death were I to expose my heart to her.
6 He and his wife, the old lady who had received me, looked at each other in a frightened sort of way.
7 It may be that it was frightened and made its way on to the moors, where it is still hiding in terror.
8 I was so frightened that I crept into bed, and pulled the clothes over my head, putting my fingers in my ears.
9 They were all so frightened and nervous that I directed them to go to the dining-room and have each a glass of wine.
10 It frightened and amazed me somewhat; and as for Arthur, he fell a-trembling, and finally was shaken with doubt as with an ague.
11 Once or twice it came quite close, but was, I suppose, frightened at seeing me, and flitted away across the harbour towards the abbey.
12 He was talking, apparently to some one, but I was afraid to go near enough to hear what he was saying, lest I might frighten him, and he should run off.
13 Lucy, after a while, was in gay spirits, owing, I think, to some dear cows who came nosing towards us in a field close to the lighthouse, and frightened the wits out of us.
14 There may be things which would frighten her to hear; and yet to conceal them from her might be worse than to tell her if once she suspected that there was any concealment.
15 She complains of difficulty in breathing satisfactorily at times, and of heavy, lethargic sleep, with dreams that frighten her, but regarding which she can remember nothing.
16 The attendant tells me that his screams whilst in the paroxysm were really appalling; I found my hands full when I got in, attending to some of the other patients who were frightened by him.