Crossword clues for fear
- Courage opposite
- Certain motivator
- Cause of a cold sweat
- Cape ___, N.C
- Be scared
- An emotion
- "___ and Loathing in Las Vegas"
- Worst nightmare
- Word repeated in an iconic FDR quote
- Word repeated in a historic FDR quote
- What daredevils seem to lack
- The ultimate motivator
- Subject of one of the Freedoms
- Subject of an FDR sound bite
- Speaking in public, for many
- Source of a nightmare
- Smith Island cape
- Scaredy-cat's feeling
- Reason to tremble
- Reason for trembling
- Reason for a cold sweat
- Reaction from a chicken
- Quaking cause
- Purple "Inside Out" emotion
- Public speaking, for some, or needles in one's eyeballs, for me
- Possible cause of shaking
- Poe's "grim phantasm"
- One cause of goose bumps
- No ___ (clothing brand)
- Neil Diamond "___ of the Marketplace"
- N. C. cape
- More than misgiving
- It may result in a quick flight
- It may cause quakes
- It causes adrenaline to be released
- Impediment to action
- Have qualms
- Haunted house emotion
- Glossophobia, for public speaking
- Freedom from ___ (last of FDR's Four Freedoms)
- Fight-or-flight emotion
- Feeling of fright
- Feel dread
- Exposure therapy target
- Expect with alarm
- Emotion induced by horror films
- Emotion evoked by the radio broadcast of "The War of the Worlds"
- Emotion causing quaking
- Defining feature of a phobia
- Daredevil's apparent lack
- Cowardly "Inside Out" character
- Coward's emotion
- Cold-sweat cause
- Cold sweat emotion
- Clowns, for some
- Claustrophobia, for one
- Chicken's trait
- Chicken's emotion
- Chicken's distinction
- Chicken characteristic
- Cause of tremors, at times
- Cause of flop sweat
- Cause of a rapid heartbeat, perhaps
- Cape _____, N.C
- Big butterflies?
- Be more than concerned about
- Be frightened
- Be alarmed by
- Analysis discussion
- Ailurophobia, e.g
- Agoraphobia, e.g
- Adrenaline-release trigger
- "Then live, Macduff. What need I __ of thee?": Macbeth
- "The path to the dark side," per Yoda
- "The only thing we have to ___ is ..."
- "The mind-killer," in Frank Herbert's "Dune"
- "The foundation of most governments": John Adams
- "The foundation of most governments," per John Adams
- "Proof of a degenerate mind," according to Virgil
- "Nothing is more despicable than respect based on ___" (Camus)
- "Never ___!"
- "In time we hate that which we often __": Shakespeare
- "Cape ___" (1991 Martin Scorsese movie)
- "Cape ___"
- "Cape ________," 1962 or 1991 thriller
- "... is ___ itself": FDR
- "___ makes strangers of people who would be friends": Shirley MacLaine
- "___ is the foundation of most governments" (John Adams)
- "___ Factor" (TV show)
- "___ Factor" (scary reality show)
- '-- Factor'
- Certainly not name of organ
- Certainly not name of listener
- Trepidation's partner
- Cape _____, N.C.
- Nightmare emotion
- One cause of trembling
- North Carolina's Cape ___
- Four Freedoms subject
- "An instructor of great sagacity": Emerson
- "___ not!"
- Bad thing to live in
- "___ not"
- Cause of cold sweat
- Shake in one's boots
- Cold feet, so to speak
- Cause of goosebumps, maybe
- Goose bumps cause
- Cause of quailing
- Cause of some quaking
- Partner of trembling
- Cause of quaking
- "That little darkroom where negatives are developed," per Michael Pritchard
- Be frightened of
- Chicken quality
- "___ is not a lasting teacher of duty": Cicero
- "___ leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suffering": Yoda
- What chickens have
- ?The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind,? per H. P. Lovecraft
- Haunted house feeling
- What a chicken feels
- An emotion experienced in anticipation of some specific pain or danger (usually accompanied by a desire to flee or fight)
- An anxious feeling
- Awe ingredient
- Goose-flesh arouser
- "Ode to ___": Collins
- "Cape ___," 1991 film
- N.C. river or cape
- Cape off N.C.
- Panicky feeling
- "___ of Flying": Jong
- Phobic problem
- What bêtes noires inspire
- N.C. cape
- Carolina cape
- Atlantic cape
- "Yet do I ___ thy nature": Lady Macbeth
- A good way around European anxiety
- Energy-filled blonde with one going concern
- Supposed political project at advanced stage taking in English
- Appreciation of music - loud above all - is a worry
- Be awed by sound of German quartet?
- Be afraid of
- Dread, great anxiety
- Dread, alarm
- Feeling of dread
- Worry about
- The willies
- Be scared of
- Adrenaline trigger
- Cause of white knuckles
- North Carolina cape
- Cause of cowardice
- Bully's weapon
- Word repeated in a famous FDR quote
- Cape off N.C
- Scaredy-cat's emotion
- It might make you sweat
- Emotion conquered by daredevils
- Chicken's emotion?
- Cause of trembling
- Cause of goose bumps
- Adrenaline releaser
- Trembling companion?
- Trembling companion
- The "fight or flight" emotion
- One of the great motivators
- Not just nerves
- North Carolina river
- More than just butterflies
- It limits freedom
- Funhouse reaction
- Daredevil's seeming lack
- Daredevil's lack
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Fere \Fere\, n. [OE. fere companion, AS. gef[=e]ra, from
f[=e]ran to go, travel, faran to travel. [root]78. See
A mate or companion; -- often used of a wife. [Obs.] [Written
also fear and feere.]
And Cambel took Cambrina to his fere.
In fere, together; in company. [Obs.]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Middle English fere, from Old English fær "calamity, sudden danger, peril, sudden attack," from Proto-Germanic *feraz "danger" (cognates: Old Saxon far "ambush," Old Norse far "harm, distress, deception," Dutch gevaar, German Gefahr "danger"), from PIE *per- "to try, risk," a form of verbal root *per- (3) "to lead, pass over" (cognates: Latin periculum "trial, risk, danger;" Greek peria "trial, attempt, experience," Old Irish aire "vigilance," Gothic ferja "watcher"); related to *per- (1) "forward, through" (see per).\n
\nSense of "state of being afraid, uneasiness caused by possible danger" developed by late 12c. Some Old English words for "fear" as we now use it were fyrhto, fyrhto; as a verb, ondrædan. Meaning "feeling of dread and reverence for God" is from c.1400. To put the fear of God (into someone) "intimidate, cause to cower" is by 1888, from the common religious phrase; the extended use was often at first in colonial contexts:\n\nThus then we seek to put "the fear of God" into the natives at the point of the bayonet, and excuse ourselves for the bloody work on the plea of the benefits which we intend to confer afterwards.
[Felix Adler, "The Religion of Duty," 1905]
Old English færan "to terrify, frighten," from a Proto-Germanic verbal form of the root of fear (n.). Cognates: Old Saxon faron "to lie in wait," Middle Dutch vaeren "to fear," Old High German faren "to plot against," Old Norse færa "to taunt."\n
\nOriginally transitive in English; long obsolete in this sense but somewhat revived in digital gaming via "fear" spells, which matches the old sense "drive away by fear," attested early 15c. Meaning "feel fear" is late 14c. Related: Feared; fearing.
Etymology 1 n. (senseid en uncountable: unpleasant emotion caused by actual or perceived danger)(lb en uncountable) A strong, uncontrollable, unpleasant emotion caused by actual or perceived danger or threat. vb. (lb en obsolete transitive) To cause fear to; to frighten. Etymology 2
(context dialectal English) able; capable; stout; strong; sound. alt. (context dialectal English) able; capable; stout; strong; sound.
v. be afraid or feel anxious or apprehensive about a possible or probable situation or event; "I fear she might get aggressive"
be afraid or scared of; be frightened of; "I fear the winters in Moscow"; "We should not fear the Communists!" [syn: dread]
be sorry; used to introduce an unpleasant statement; "I fear I won't make it to your wedding party"
be uneasy or apprehensive about; "I fear the results of the final exams"
Fear is a feeling induced by perceived danger or threat that occurs in certain types of organisms, which causes a change in metabolic and organ functions and ultimately a change in behavior, such as fleeing, hiding, or freezing from perceived traumatic events. Fear in human beings may occur in response to a specific stimulus occurring in the present, or in anticipation or expectation of a future threat perceived as a risk to body or life. The fear response arises from the perception of danger leading to confrontation with or escape from/avoiding the threat (also known as the fight-or-flight response), which in extreme cases of fear ( horror and terror) can be a freeze response or paralysis.
In humans and animals, fear is modulated by the process of cognition and learning. Thus fear is judged as rational or appropriate and irrational or inappropriate. An irrational fear is called a phobia.
Psychologists such as John B. Watson, Robert Plutchik, and Paul Ekman have suggested that there is only a small set of basic or innate emotions and that fear is one of them. This hypothesized set includes such emotions as acute stress reaction, anger, angst, anxiety, fright, horror, joy, panic, and sadness. Fear is closely related to, but should be distinguished from, the emotion anxiety, which occurs as the result of threats that are perceived to be uncontrollable or unavoidable. The fear response serves survival by generating appropriate behavioral responses, so it has been preserved throughout evolution.
Fear is a hardcore punk band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 1977. The band is credited for helping to shape the sound and style of Californian hardcore punk. The group started out as part of the early California punk rock scene, and gained national prominence after an infamous 1981 performance on Saturday Night Live.
Frontman Lee Ving has been the band's only constant member. Since its formation, the band has gone through various lineup changes, and at one point, featured Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers on bass.
fear is the third studio album by Toad the Wet Sprocket, their second album for Columbia Records, released on August 27, 1991. fear was the first commercially successful album for the band, selling over a million copies and was certified platinum three years after release, on September 1, 1994. The album reached #49 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums in September of 1992, and two of the singles charted in the United States. " All I Want" and " Walk on the Ocean" peaked at #15 and #18 on the Billboard Hot 100, respectively.
Fear is a 1996 American psychological thriller film directed by James Foley (who co-scripted without credit) and written by Christopher Crowe. It was originally titled No Fear, without bearing any connection to the same-named line of sporting apparel. It stars Mark Wahlberg, Reese Witherspoon, William Petersen, Alyssa Milano and Amy Brenneman. Described by producer Brian Grazer as " Fatal Attraction for teens", the film is an "intimacy thriller", a film subgenre which became highly successful in the 1990s. It revolves around an upper-middle class Seattle family whose seemingly perfect, yet humdrum existence is threatened, when their teenage daughter begins dating an attractive and mysterious young man, much to her father's chagrin.
Although Fear was largely derided by critics upon its theatrical release, it became a marginal sleeper hit in the spring of 1996, grossing $20 million at the U.S. box office. It has since developed a reputation as a cult film, while at the same time launching teen idol status for its two young leads, who were romantically linked at the time of the film's premiere. Wahlberg was nominated for the MTV Movie Award for Best Villain.
Fear is the fourth solo studio album by Welsh musician John Cale, released on 1 October 1974 by record label Island.
Fear is an emotion that arises from the perception of danger.
Fear or The Fear may also refer to:
MTV's Fear (promoted as MTV Music Television's Fear) is an American paranormal reality television series that originally aired from 2000 to 2002 on MTV. The program follows a group of five or more contestants being left at an allegedly haunted location and led them on a series of dares over two nights to explore and confirm whether or not the place is haunted. The show was created by Martin Kunert and Eric Manes who were inspired by the 1973 horror film The Legend of Hell House. The pilot episode was co-executive produced and directed by George Verschoor. The series aired the first two episodes in a pilot run, which received outstanding reviews and a full season was ordered. After eight more episodes, another season was ordered. The second season ended after only six aired episodes. The series was not cancelled due to a lack of interest (the show was the second most popular on MTV at the time of its cancellation), but due to the high cost of producing each episode. A DVD, MTV's Inside Fear, was released on November 6, 2001.
Fear was named #6 on Entertainment Weekly's "15 Taboo-Breaking TV Moments".
Fear was the first scary/supernatural reality show created in the world. The visual style, mood, music, editing and filmmaking techniques Fear innovated have become the standard for the genre. The show also brought innovations to the general reality show genre, including having contestants film their own experience as no video crew followed them into the "haunted" locations, use of night vision cameras, and use of POV body mounted cameras to have contestants film their own close-ups. Fear is still often referred to as "TV's scariest reality show".
"Fear" is a set of four songs by the band Rush. The composition consists of Part I: "The Enemy Within" (from 1984's Grace Under Pressure), Part II: "The Weapon" (from 1982's Signals), Part III: "Witch Hunt" (from 1981's Moving Pictures) and Part IV: "Freeze" (from 2002's Vapor Trails). Parts I, II, and III were released in reverse order, while Part IV was released a little more than 18 years after Part I. The songs do not follow a set storyline. Instead, they deal with topics relating to the emotion of fear.
Rush performed the first three songs of the tetralogy in their entirety live on the Grace Under Pressure Tour of 1984 as well as the Power Windows Warm-Up Tour of 1985. "Freeze" has never been performed live, and of the other three songs only "Witch Hunt" has been performed live since 1986, being played on the Snakes & Arrows Tour in 2007-08 and the Time Machine Tour in 2010-11, on which Moving Pictures was played live in its entirety for the first time.
Fear is a 1946 low-budget film noir directed by Alfred Zeisler. The film is considered a loose adaptation of Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment.
Fear is a psychological thriller- horror novella by L. Ron Hubbard first appearing in Unknown Fantasy Fiction in July 1940. While previous editions followed the magazine text, the 1991 Bridge edition reportedly restores the author's original manuscript text. The novella is ranked 10th on Modern Library 100 Best Novels - The Reader's List.
Fear is the fifth studio album released by Danish progressive metal band Royal Hunt, It is the debut studio album from John West on vocals.
Fear is a 2006 thriller by Jeff Abbott. Texas Monthly described the novel as a "pharmaco-thriller about a clandestine medical clinic".
"Fear (Of the Unknown)" is a U.S.-only single by written and recorded by English rock band Siouxsie and the Banshees and produced by Stephen Hague. It was released in late 1991 as the third U.S. single from the band's 10th studio album, Superstition. It was not released in the UK and was the only Siouxsie and the Banshees single not to be issued in that country.
The track, in its original form, was an uptempo dance-oriented number with heavy percussion work by Banshees drummer Budgie. For its release as a single, "Fear (of the Unknown)" was drastically remixed by Junior Vasquez to accentuate its 4/4 rhythm and give it a house music feel. When included on the 1992 compilation album Twice Upon a Time: The Singles, the track was presented in still another version, which was neither the main single version (which is the same as the version on Superstition) nor the Junior Vasquez "Vertigo Mix," which was the fourth track on the single.
"Fear (of the Unknown)" received moderate airplay on American alternative rock radio, peaking at number 12 on Billboard magazine's Modern Rock Tracks chart. The song became the Banshees' biggest hit on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart, climbing to number 6.
The cover art is an homage to James Stewart's dream sequence in Alfred Hitchcock's film Vertigo.
Fear is a 1954 drama film directed by Roberto Rossellini and starring his wife Ingrid Bergman. It has also been released as Angst in the English-speaking world. It is loosely based on the Stefan Zweig novel Fear. It was filmed in Munich and was shot simultaneously in German and English. Rossellini created it because he wanted to explore the reconstruction of Germany from both a material and moral standpoint ten years after making his previous German film Germany Year Zero. The film is noirish with aspects reminiscent of Hitchcock and German Expressionism.
Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror is a 2010 horror anthology edited by R. L. Stine. Thirteen different authors contributed stories to the anthology, including Meg Cabot, Heather Graham, F. Paul Wilson, and Stine himself. Stine began writing the anthology after the International Thriller Writers asked him to write a book with several stories. Critical reception for the short story collection was positive, with one reviewer stating the stories were highly suspenseful, inventive, easy to understand, and fast-paced.
Fear (1965) is a 35 mm short Hindi film directed by legendary filmmaker Ritwik Ghatak. In 1964-65 Ritwik created this documentary for the acting department of Pune Film Institute. Mainly the students of Pune Film Institute participated in this film. Director Subhash Ghai, and actor Asrani then students of that institute acted in this film.
Fear is a novel by Anatoly Rybakov that recounts the era in the Soviet Union of the build-up to the ' Congress of the Victors', the early years of the second Five Year Plan and the (supposed) circumstances of the murder of Sergey Kirov prior to the beginning of the Great Purge. It is the second book of the trilogy, preceded by Children of the Arbat and followed by Dust and Ashes.
Fear is a 1925 novella by the Austrian writer Stefan Zweig. It was adapted into a 1928 silent film Angst directed by Hans Steinhoff and a 1954 film Fear directed by Roberto Rossellini.
Fear (German: Furcht) is a 1917 German silent horror film written and directed by Robert Wiene and starring Bruno Decarli, Conrad Veidt and Bernhard Goetzke. It is also the first known appearance of Conrad Veidt on screen, cast by producer Oskar Messter (famous for discovering actors who became big stars in the 1920s).
The original soundtrack for the film was lost and replaced by another donated by collectionist Leslie Shepard. The sets were designed by Ludwig Kainer.
Clinton Loomis, (born February 19, 1988) more commonly known as Fear, is an American professional Dota 2 player from Medford, Oregon, currently playing for Evil Geniuses. With a career spanning a decade, Fear is one of the oldest active Dota players. He was featured alongside Danil "Dendi" Ishutin and Benedict Lim "hyhy" Han Long in the documentary Free to Play. While in Evil Geniuses he won The International 2015.
The FEAR militia (Forever Enduring, Always Ready) was an American terrorist group of between four and eleven individuals that the State of Georgia alleged in 2012 to have planned to destroy a dam and poison apple orchards in Washington State, set off explosives in Forsyth Park in Savannah, Georgia, and assassinate President Barack Obama. Four of the individuals charged were soldiers stationed at Fort Stewart, Georgia. The group killed two people in an attempt to prevent them from revealing their plans to the public.
"Fear (of the Unknown) " is the twenty fourth episode and the season finale of the tenth season of the American television medical drama Grey's Anatomy, and is the 220th episode overall. It aired on May 15, 2014 on ABC in the United States. The episode was written by William Harper and directed by Tony Phelan. On its initial airing it was watched by 8.92 million viewers. The episode marked the departure of one of lead characters, Cristina Yang, played by Sandra Oh since the inception of the series. The episode focuses on Yang as she prepares to say her goodbyes to the doctors at Grey-Sloan Memorial hospital including her best friend Meredith Grey ( Ellen Pompeo) and her love interest Owen Hunt ( Kevin McKidd) and leave for Zurich for her new job. The episode received generally positive reviews with Oh's performance receiving enormous praise.
Amidst Yang's departure a catastrophe occurs at a nearby mall bringing loads of patients to Grey-Sloan. Derek Shepherd ( Patrick Dempsey) asks Meredith to move to D.C. with her for his new job. Callie Torres ( Sara Ramirez) and Arizona Robbins ( Jessica Capshaw) consider having a surrogate mother carry their child while April Kepner ( Sarah Drew) is nervous about raising her own child with Jackson Avery ( Jesse Williams). Miranda Bailey ( Chandra Wilson) is nominated for a position at Board to replace Cristina who instead left the seat for Alex Karev ( Justin Chambers). Also, Leah Murphy ( Tessa Ferrer) is fired from her job and Shane Ross ( Gaius Charles) and Richard Webber ( James Pickens Jr.) meets with Maggie Pierce ( Kelly McCreary), and finds out that her birth mother was Ellis Grey.
Usage examples of "fear".
Here was my wife, who had secretly aided and abetted her son in his design, and been the recipient of his hopes and fears on the subject, turning to me, who had dared to utter a feeble protest or two only to be scoffed at, and summarily sat upon, asking if the game was really safe.
O Queen Rabesqurat, the haven of our voyage was Aklis, and we feared delay, seeing the fire of the mountain ablaze with expectations of us.
Charlotte Simmons gave off waves and waves of shiftlessness, incompetence, irresponsibility, sloth, flabby character, and the noxious funk of flesh abloom with heat, sweat, fear, and adrenaline.
But this is not your fight, and if things do not go well aboard Persephone I rather fear there will be little quarter, given or taken.
I fear we will be as far aneath the right medium for a while, as ye are startit aboon it.
And to rage was added fear: fear that once on her own she might complain that he had sexually abused her as a child, and, worse still, that she might voice her suspicions about the fate of some of the young women she had seen in Cromwell Street.
McIntyre contends that Turnbull forged the letter and stole the securities, then fearing his guilt would become known, committed still another crime - that of suicide, he could have swallowed a dose of aconitine while at the police court.
But he was acutely aware that Watkins was in a dangerously excited state and that it was necessary, if frustrating, to take the time to calm his fears.
Smoking, like all drug addiction, is a tug-of-war of fear: the fear of what the drug is doing to us, and the fear of not being able to enjoy or cope with life without it.
The fear that nicotine addiction engenders can cause otherwise pleasant and compassionate people to act like barbarians.
I fear I will dissolve in light, grow addled and vague, like Czerny, or foolishly evangelical like Ristelli.
I was struck by the dread in her voice, which seemed to be more fear of Aden himself than a reluctance to share the bad news.
The reply of those who opposed the adjournment was that the condition of public affairs did actually tend to revolution, and that instead of fanning the popular excitement by remaining in session, Congress would be thus most wisely allaying the fears which had entered the minds of so large a number of the people.
Lord Ado would leave her alone for an extended time as he still had other business to conduct and probably wanted her to wait in fear for his entrance.
Dublin had not been treated like Boston, and if Cork and Waterford had not been reduced to ashes like the towns of America, it was not through the enlightened policy of ministers, but from fear of the consequences of adopting stringent measures toward those refractory cities.