Definition of Ascared
1. afraid [adj] - See also: afraid
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Literary usage of Ascared
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine (1904)
"... and shook his head blankly. "That 's the second time," he said. " That 's the second time I been up against a man that was n't ascared o' nothin'. ..."
2. The Quest of the Ballad by William Roy Mackenzie (1919)
"At length the clothier came that way, And he was sore ascared at her, She looked so like old Lucifer. A hairy hide, horns on her head, Which near three feet ..."
3. Bar-20 Days by Clarence Edward Mulford (1911)
""I ain't ascared to do th' movin', even if you are. Judging from th' way you keep out o' sight th' canned oysters are in th' can again. ..."