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n. (plural of fear English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: fear)

Fears (album)

Fears is a studio album released in 1997 by Polish industrial death metal band Atrophia Red Sun.

Fears (surname)

Fears is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Ivan Fears (born 1954), American football coach
  • J. Rufus Fears (1945–2012), American historian, scholar, teacher and author
  • Peggy Fears (1903–1994), American actress
  • Shamari Fears (born 1980), American singer
  • Tom Fears (1923–2000), American football wide receiver
Fears (Modern Family)

"Fears" is the sixteenth episode of the first season of Modern Family and the sixteenth episode of the series overall. It was originally aired on March 3, 2010. The episode was written by co-creator, Steven Levitan and directed by Reginald Hudlin.

In the episode, Phil and Luke decide to search the dark place under their house to discover if there is anything hidden there that worth their attention but they only find some Halloween decorations. Haley finally passes the test and gets her driver's license after the third time and Alex decides to go to a dance. Mitchell and Cameron invite Lily's pediatrician for a brunch but they end up doubting their worth as parents when Lily says "mommy" in the pediatrician's presence. Gloria wants to make Jay and Manny face their fear of roller coasters and forces them, in her way, to ride one.

"Fears" achieved a Nielsen Rating of 3.5/9 and 8.08 million viewers and got positive reviews from critics.

Usage examples of "fears".

The time thus passed away pleasantly, these brave men not appearing to have any fears for the future.

Van Helsing is terribly anxious, and told me just now that he fears the Count is escaping us.

Then their fears suddenly aroused, they disappeared, bounding over the rocks.

How blessed are some people, whose lives have no fears, no dreads, to whom sleep is a blessing that comes nightly, and brings nothing but sweet dreams.

Then, with a little laugh at my fears, she drew them herself, only to discover other and yet finer cloths lying over the forms upon the stone bench.

I explained my fears to them, and as one they enlisted with me to follow our beloved Princess in her wanderings, even to the Sacred Iss and the Valley Dor.

But never did vague conjecture or fruitless fears for the future lie with sufficient weight upon my mind to keep me from my rest, and so tonight I threw myself upon my sleeping silks and furs and passed at once into dreamless slumber.

Little did I guess how unnecessary my fears were, or of the incredible fairy tale of adventure into which fate was going to plunge me.

As for the poor mother, she was quite prostrated by her fears, and no wonder, but the father kept his head wonderfully well.

Annette, but still fears the vengeance of the law, and prefers to remain incognito.

But happily his fears were not realized, and an hour and a half after they set out--all that time had been taken up in going a distance of three miles--the boat touched the beach below Granite House.

And for a considerable time the settlers remained silent, given up to all the thoughts, and the emotions, all the fears, all the hopes, which were aroused by this incident--the most important which had occurred since their arrival in Lincoln Island.

I had a momentary impulse to go back and help him that my fears overruled.

At last, as the bridge at Walton was coming into sight round the bend, my fever and faintness overcame my fears, and I landed on the Middlesex bank and lay down, deadly sick, amid the long grass.

I soon lost sight and recollection of ghostly fears in the beauty of the scene as we drove along, although had I known the language, or rather languages, which my fellow-passengers were speaking, I might not have been able to throw them off so easily.