Lithuanian English Dictionary

lietuvių kalba - English

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1. scare scare

If I wanted to scare you, I would tell you what I dreamt about a few weeks ago.
Spiders scare me.
By the summer of 1920, the Red Scare was over.
Security at the airport has been stepped up since the bomb scare.
She managed to scare off her attacker by screaming loudly.
Don't make any noise or you'll scare the birds away.
Don't scare me like that!
Don't scare me, she screamed as he came up behind her.
When I was little, I wanted to have a pet brown bear to scare my neighbors.
Oh, what a scare!
The explosion in the shopping centre caused a scare.
Sorry, I didn't mean to scare you
Do you scare easily?
The big dog ran into the park and scared the little children who were playing there.
I was given a scare by a doctor I interviewed for the TV program who warned me not to rest easy just because I had no allergic symptoms at the moment.