Frightens [verb]

Definition of Frightens:

shock, scare

Opposite/Antonyms of Frightens:

Sentence/Example of Frightens:

One user suggested the vaccine was a tool for “population control,” and another user said that “a new vaccine in less than 1 year” frightened her.

They foreclose without mercy, but that does not frighten their old patrons, who have the perennial optimism of the country.

They did at first endeavour with their weapons to frighten us, who, lying ashore, deterred them from one of their fishing-places.

His hand was not in; I had nothing to frighten him with, which we always must have in the beginning, or we labour in vain.

But instead of driving home their attack they thought to frighten them by a mere cannonade.

Should Gorton turn up he is just the one to frighten a defenceless woman, and purchase his own silence.

Mr. Scott's dog Smart was so trained, that he would never frighten the sheep.

No self-respecting ghost would stop after such a mild attempt to frighten them away if he was really anxious to be rid of them.

Captain Moore did not know what was wrong, but he thought he would frighten the people, at any rate.

The grand policy of theologians is to blow hot and to blow cold, to afflict and to console, to frighten and to reassure.