Afeard

A¬∑feard' (ȧ*fērd') p. adjective [ Middle English afered , Anglo-Saxon āfǣred , past participle of āfǣran to frighten; ā- (cf. Goth. us- , German er- , orig. meaning out ) + fǣran to fri...
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Afeard

• (p. a.) Afraid.
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AFEARD

A common way of saying afraid.
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