He fights shy of women; he says they frighten him
Although she professed fear of the Russians, she seemed to have ambivalent feelings toward Philby himself
They were also afraid to take medicine on the moon day. They thought the medicine wouldn't work,but instead would make them crazy.
They feared his wrath.
You needn't feel scared, I won't leave you alone.
Never fear, everything will be all right.
The big, bearded man was less intimidated
"So when you're in doubt and feeling a little afraid, just do what Col. Sanders did to his little chicken. He fried it."
"If you know you're right, you're not afraid of fighting back. Even if you are taking on Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men."
adj. ~ (of sth) / ~ (to do sth) 不害怕；不畏惧；不紧张；无顾忌
curl sb's hair
strike fear into
scare sb. stiff
make sb.'s flesh creep
make sb.'s hair curl
put the wind up sb
put the wind up sb.
have one's heart in one's mouth
in terror of
have cold feet