Manda's face took on a look of fright.
The birds smashed into the top of their cages in fright.
To hide my fright I asked a question.
I heard Amy cry out in fright.
He shrieked and jumped with fright.
The horses took fright when the gun went off.
When costs soared, the studio took fright and recalled the company from Rome.
His face is so swelled up it's a fright to look at.
You look a fright in that hat.
What a terrible fright!
Passengers had a nasty fright when they heard an announcement warning of an imminent crash.
It was so loud and we bothgot such a fright.
I didn't see you there − you gave me a fright.
The snake lifted its head which gave everyone a fright.
vt. = frighten<诗>