- v.惊吓,受惊,威吓 n.惊恐,恐慌,恐惧
- The little mermaid was scared.
- Birds are sitting on a scarecrow.
- Because you want to scare me?
- Courageous people don't scare easily.
- There has been a lot of scaremongering about possible job losses.
- Song of the homebound fishermen horn poor peng calabash coast; goose scared cold broken voice hengyang's pu.
- The vfw hall they're using had a bomb scare.
- What's wrong? You look scared.
- The residues of secondary zinc oxide is a kind of secondhand resource which can be reused there are many kinds of valuable elements contained in this slag such as zinc lead arsenic antimony silver and scare metal indium the comprehensive utilization of secondary zinc oxide have both reasonable value and society benefits.
- All right get one.and scare up my reading glasses.
- The boy was so scared he wet his pants.
- At this time hears old woman scare child to say: "do not cry cry again I fling out you to feed wolf right away."
- That mirror can make your face look a foot long and if you turn just a little slantwise it will flatten enough to scare you. F m annoyed again and again by all these things.
- When his real laughter had subsided he continued with simulated laughter in order to scare away the pain in his heart.
- Even those that might scare or sicken you.