It is frightening.
“It’s just frightening, you know?
“At the beginning, it was really frightening,” Hannah said.
The world of fine dining can be frightening, if it's not what you grew up in.
“But waiting hours at a hospital is also frightening.
She got better—it was just a cough—but after that the room was a little frightening.
Business Insider gathered a number of the most frightening crimes to hit retail establishments.
But now an opening’s been cut, which feels frightening, yet not so frightening.
On Sunday, Comey brought what many viewed as a frightening FBI intervention into a presidential election to a close.
That imagery has also made the caravan ripe for exploitation by conservatives who have spoken in hyperbolic, sometimes frightening terms.
Frightening new weapons systems are being developed, like very high-speed, hypersonic missiles, which threaten to overturn existing strategic conventions.
In the new version, users can more deeply explore the consequences of radioactive fallout, including if and how a person might survive the frightening phenomenon.
Death is frightening and for a generation who believe that they are alone and were liberated by that idea and had a really good time, to be alone in the face of death is very frightening.
But after overcoming Japan in the most outrageous of circumstances here, perhaps Belgium will not find Brazil, with its frightening record of success and its galaxy of talent-rich players, as frightening as it might have before Monday.
Asked about comments from the mayor of Middlesbrough who said there had been a "frightening lack of communication with local government" over local lockdowns, Mr Johnson disagreed, adding: "We work very closely with local government across the country."
“These are disturbing findings because we all benefit from council services such as refuse collection, but if you need social care this report is positively frightening,” said director of Age UK and co-chair of Care and Support Alliance, Caroline Abrahams.
Carter created several other series, including Millennium (1996–99), in which a member of the mysterious Millennium Group investigated more earthly, yet still frightening, crimes and other weird phenomena supposedly arising as the world approached the new millennium.
“These results demonstrate the pervasiveness of a rather frightening, and entirely incorrect, nationalistic belief that somehow Britain can be ‘great’ without building strong cooperative ties with other nations, be they former colonies or our neighbours in Europe,” he said.
Neil Ferguson, the epidemiologist whose frightening projections of coronavirus deaths precipitated the lockdown in Britain, resigned from the government’s scientific advisory group on Tuesday, after admitting he breached social distancing rules by illicitly meeting his lover.
- the act of inspiring with fear
- causing fear or dread or terror
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