Definition of Scares

1. Noun. (plural of scare) ¹



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Definition of Scares

1. scare [v] - See also: scare

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scares

scaredy-cats
scaredy cat
scaredy cats
scarefire
scarefires
scarehead
scareheads
scaremonger
scaremongered
scaremongerer
scaremongerers
scaremongering
scaremongers
scarer
scarers
scares (current term)
scareware
scarey
scarf
scarf bandage
scarf down
scarf joint
scarf out
scarface
scarfaces
scarfed
scarfer
scarfers
scarfie
scarfies

Literary usage of Scares

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1. Annual Report (1914)
"Mrs. scares and Miss Gulick also want thick and fast. Here are a few samples, just to indicate the variety: Simple layettes that can can be loaned in cases ..."

2. Annual Report by Hawaiian Evangelical Association (1906)
"... scares. We are glad that we have been permitted to labor another year in our Lord's vineyard with fair success. Although this year has been marked by ..."

3. The Nineteenth Century (1896)
"OUR INVASION scares AND PANICS NOTHING in our past history appears to me more astonishing than the unreasonable fear of invasion from France, ..."

4. Syllabus of Lectures on International Conciliation: Given at Leland Stanford by David Starr Jordan, Edward Benjamin Krehbiel, Stanford University (1912)
"ARMAMENT SYNDICATES AND WAR scares. A. Armament syndicates. ... within the last fe years by the successive scares and naval programmes of the la decade. ..."

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