"Every time he was afraid of making a mistake, or losing money, he told us this story. "
She stood there, clutching the railing, and Edith knew that, if she had been afraid, Aiko was near panic
"People fear what they don't know,"" said Nancy Hotchkiss, an organizer of the exhibition. "
"And, discerning the scarlet letter on her breast, would scamper off with a strange, contagious fear."
"Indicating anxiety, fear, or terror"
"Feeling reverence, dread, or awe."
Shake like a leaf tremble with fear,nervousness, etc
Yell with fear,agony,laughter
We must be clear-headed, that is, we must not believe the "nice words" of the imperialists nor be intimidated by their bluster
I have always had more dread of a pen, a bottle of ink, and a sheet of paper, than of a sword or pistol."
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