frighten; become frightened
a sudden feeling of fear
a usually mistaken or unreasonable public fear
"panic in the stock market"
"a war scare"
"a bomb scare led them to evacuate the building"
"The stranger who hangs around the building frightens me"
"Ghosts could never affright her"
"dashed by the refusal"
An invasion scare took a firm hold of the..authorities.
出自： W. S. Churchill
After one scare from intruders she had slept with a revolver..on the bedside table.
出自： G. Boddy
Food scares began erupting with frightening regularity, exposed..by a new army of health specialists.
出自：Independent on Sunday
The curtained..four-poster beds had..scared them.
出自： A. F. Douglas
The high price is scaring away possible buyers.
The scarecrows are for scaring away the birds.
He flung a stone at the sparrows, he missed, scaring all the sparrows away.
He got a gun and scared off the thief.
We keep a cat to scare the mice off.
I have got a way to scare those naughty children off.
The birds were scared away by the cat.
He was scared out of his mind, giving his first public performance.
She manages to scare up a lunch for the unexpected guests.
The boy scared up enough money to go to college.
Can you scare up another car?