Adjective(1) filled with fear or apprehension(2) filled with regret or concern; used often to soften an unpleasant statement(3) feeling worry or concern or insecurity(4) having feelings of aversion or unwillingness
(1) Another part of me is afraid that it's temporary and that I'm not going to be able to hold onto it.(2) I'm afraid that, when it comes right down to it, this is the one that's likely to be closest to the truth.(3) However, the truth is that in their heart of hearts, quite a few adults are afraid of deep water.(4) It is now the political leaders who drove the politics of fear who look most afraid .(5) It got a lot of media attention, and local art officials were afraid that too many people would show up to watch.(6) These men might be afraid of her now, but that fear would only last as long as she could keep her power flowing.(7) They felt nervous about walking home in the dark; they were afraid of evil spirits.(8) We all understand self-indulgence but are afraid that self-denial might be beyond us.(9) We cannot be afraid of the threat of foreign powers because times are changing.(10) I am afraid that now that I am a bit better things are not going to change much.(11) The greatest trick is to not to show that you are afraid of something.(12) I spent most of the film afraid that something terrible would happen to a child, explicitly or not.(13) In consequence we are becoming a tight-lipped silent majority afraid to rise above the parapet.(14) He said that he was afraid that people would not come and stay around the town if there was a concert.(15) They kill and maim people and are too afraid to take the consequences of their actions.(16) It is not just passengers who are afraid of flying - airline employees are fearful too.
1. frightened ::
2. reluctant ::
3. sorry ::
Different Formsafraid, unafraid
Word Example from TV Shows
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Are you AFRAID that I'm dancing around
the court with my tits out?
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 10
Like you're AFRAID
that if you touch her, she'll break.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 22
You check every five minutes
like you're AFRAID they're gonna move.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 9
The little astronaut
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 18
I'm AFRAID I must.
My son needs me now more than ever.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 7
English to Danish Dictionary: afraid
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