例句1. Amanda was paralysed with fright
My place of abode is No. 30, Avenue des Champs Elyses; but I see you have quite recovered from your fright , and are, no doubt, desirous of returning home
“As true as I am a christian,” stammered Caderousse, “you will make me die of fright !”
I was just dozing off when all your racket woke me in a fright
“I got such a fright last night,” replied Dants, smiling, “that I have almost lost my memory
Roy acted quickly and drove the bus straight at the thieves. The one with the money got such a fright that he dropped the bag.
On August 4th, as the caravels were weighing anchor and about to square away to explore the gulf, the Spaniards had probably the greatest fright of their lives
The fright departure has be advanced to 9.30 a.m.
Bum not your house to fright the mouse away.
I don′t know why I can never get over the feeling of getting stage fright
Except for a few opening sentences, he, in his fright , had forgotten the rest of his speech
Additionally, while taking the life of an animal for food, Muslims are commanded to do so in a manner that causes the least amount of fright and suffering possible.
My heart was as it were dead within me, partly with fright , partly with horror of mind and the thoughts of what was yet before me.
Probably whoever first glimpses the new way will experience the excitement and even fright that comes to most discoverers
Yet such was the fright I had taken at the moors, and the dreadful apprehensions i had of falling into their hands, that I would not stop, or go on shore, or come to an anchor
When he was called on to testify at the trial, he got stage fright
Fan Po-wen, pale and speechless with fright , ducked his head as if he was going to dive under the table, while Chang Su-su and Wu Chih-sheng rushed to the window to see what was happening
Fanny looked very angry too, and her husband was all in a fright at his sister′s audacity
Miss Fan, who was just about to ask Hsin-mei what sort of shenanigans, took such a fright that she scooped up a spoonful of chicken soup and swallowed her question down with it
The first time the fox saw a lion he fell down at its feet, ready to die of fright .
Even great speakers may sometimes get stage fright
For if he had frightened me so, he would certainly fright any of the savages, if any of them should be so hardy as to come in there, while he had any life in him.
In a cold sweat with fright , Jia Rui tried to lie his way out.
If I were a man I should wish to hold no communication, not even an epistolary one, with an old fright of an Englishwoman
Jeff and Flora looked into each other′s faces with a look of fright .
Her eyes rolled with fright .
She had such a fright that she fainted.
Her face was ghostly pale with fright
She nearly died of fright at the sight of the escaped tiger.
1.A sudden intense feeling of fear.
‘I jumped up in _fright_ ’
‘The reality of such fears is borne out by the evidence of tombstones testifying to those who died of _fright_ after seeing a ghost.’
2.An experience that causes one to feel sudden intense fear.
‘she’s had a nasty _fright_ ’
‘I got the _fright_ of my life seeing her in the hotel’
‘come, be comforted, he shan’t _fright_ you’
‘So we should be _frighted_ about the abilities we possess.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。