- 1 Post By Tdol
- 1 Post By sarat_106
Would you be kind enough to explain to me the difference between “afraid”, “frightened”, ‘alarmed”, “scared” and “fearful”?
Children are afraid in the dark.
Then I saw that she was frightened of me and bluffed a bit more, and in the end I was nipped.
She was alarmed with the noise.
She was as scared as the rest of us, she did not have the gift of expression, that was all.
I am fearful of breaking the news.
Thank you for your efforts.
'Alarmed' stands a bit apart to me; it can be used for the beginning of the feeling and it can imply concerned rather than actually scared.
Originally Posted by vil
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