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fear

  

      n  
1    a feeling of distress, apprehension, or alarm caused by impending danger, pain, etc.  
2    a cause of this feeling  
3    awe; reverence  
fear of God     
4    concern; anxiety  
5    possibility; chance  
there is no fear of that happening     
6    for fear of, that or lest   to forestall or avoid  
7    no fear   certainly not  
8    put the fear of God into   to frighten  
      vb  
9    to be afraid (to do something) or of (a person or thing); dread  
10    tr   to revere; respect  
11    tr; takes a clause as object   to be sorry: used to lessen the effect of an unpleasant statement  
I fear that you have not won     
12    intr; foll by: for   to feel anxiety about something  
13       an archaic word for       frighten  
     (Old English fær; related to Old High German fara, Old Norse far hostility, Latin periculum danger)  
  fearer      n  
  fearless      adj  
  fearlessly      adv  
  fearlessness      n  
Diccionario de inglés definición  
Collins

fear

  

      n  
1    alarm, apprehensiveness, awe, blue funk     (informal)   consternation, cravenness, dismay, dread, fright, horror, panic, qualms, terror, timidity, tremors, trepidation  
2    bête noire, bogey, bugbear, horror, nightmare, phobia, spectre  
3    agitation, anxiety, apprehension, concern, disquietude, distress, doubt, foreboding(s), misgiving(s), solicitude, suspicion, unease, uneasiness, worry  
4    awe, reverence, veneration, wonder  
      vb  
5    apprehend, be afraid, be apprehensive, be frightened, be in a blue funk     (informal)   be scared, dare not, dread, have a horror of, have a phobia about, have butterflies in one's stomach     (informal)   have qualms, live in dread of, shake in one's shoes, shudder at, take fright, tremble at  
6    anticipate, apprehend, be afraid, expect, foresee, suspect  
7      (with)       for   be anxious about, be concerned, be disquieted over, be distressed, feel concern for, tremble for, worry about  
8    respect, revere, reverence, stand in awe of, venerate  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

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exp.
fear of better options
n.
fear of long words
Ex: Trying to use 'sesquipedalophobia' instead of 'hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia' isn't that much better for the syndrome sufferer; just about half as much frightening!
abbr. acron.
fear of missing out
[Slang] I want to stay home tonight but I have FOMO.
n.
abnormal fear of pain.
[Med.];[Psych.]
n.
fear of going to bed
[Psych.]
n.
fear of falling in love
[Psych.]
n.
fear of flying on an airplane
[Psych.]
n.
fear of running out of things to read
[Psych.]
n.
coined humorous term meaning the fear of long words
[Hum.] Trying to use 'sesquipedalophobia' instead of 'hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia' isn't that much better for the syndrome sufferer; just half as much frightening!
n.
the fear of being unable to use one's mobile phone
This can happen when losing the device, when out of battery, credit or network coverage
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