frightened

Frightened vs Frit - What's the difference?

frightened | frit |


As adjectives the difference between frightened and frit

is that frightened is afraid; suffering from fear while frit is (uk|dialect|lincolnshire) frightened.

As verbs the difference between frightened and frit

is that frightened is (frighten) while frit is to add to a glass or ceramic mixture.

As a noun frit is

a fused mixture of materials used to make glass.

Frightened vs Spitless - What's the difference?

frightened | spitless |


As adjectives the difference between frightened and spitless

is that frightened is afraid; suffering from fear while spitless is having a dry mouth; greatly frightened; (see usage notes below).

As a verb frightened

is (frighten).

Spooky vs Frightened - What's the difference?

spooky | frightened |


As adjectives the difference between spooky and frightened

is that spooky is eerie, or suggestive of ghosts or the supernatural while frightened is afraid; suffering from fear.

As a verb frightened is

(frighten).

Frightened vs Thrilled - What's the difference?

frightened | thrilled |


As adjectives the difference between frightened and thrilled

is that frightened is afraid; suffering from fear while thrilled is extremely excited or delighted.

As verbs the difference between frightened and thrilled

is that frightened is (frighten) while thrilled is (thrill).

Cowardly vs Frightened - What's the difference?

cowardly | frightened |


As adjectives the difference between cowardly and frightened

is that cowardly is showing cowardice; lacking in courage; basely or weakly fearful while frightened is afraid; suffering from fear.

As an adverb cowardly

is in the manner of a coward.

As a verb frightened is

(frighten).

Frightened vs Apperenceve - What's the difference?

frightened | apperenceve |

Uneasy vs Frightened - What's the difference?

uneasy | frightened |


As adjectives the difference between uneasy and frightened

is that uneasy is (rare) not easy; difficult or uneasy can be restless; disturbed by pain, anxiety, or the like; disquieted; perturbed while frightened is afraid; suffering from fear.

As a verb frightened is

(frighten).

Scarey vs Frightened - What's the difference?

scarey | frightened |


As adjectives the difference between scarey and frightened

is that scarey is while frightened is afraid; suffering from fear.

As a verb frightened is

(frighten).

Frightened vs Anxious - What's the difference?

frightened | anxious |


As adjectives the difference between frightened and anxious

is that frightened is afraid; suffering from fear while anxious is full of anxiety or disquietude; greatly concerned or solicitous, especially respecting something future or unknown; being in painful suspense;—applied to persons; as, anxious for the issue of a battle.

As a verb frightened

is (frighten).

Frightened vs Scary - What's the difference?

frightened | scary |


As adjectives the difference between frightened and scary

is that frightened is afraid; suffering from fear while scary is causing or able to cause fright.

As a verb frightened

is (frighten).

As a noun scary is

barren land having only a thin coat of grass.

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