scared vs scarred

scared scarred


  • 1) Having fear; afraid, frightened.
  • 2) made afraid
  • 3) Simple past tense and past participle of scare.


  • 1) deeply affected or marked by mental or physical pain or injury
  • 2) blemished by injury or rough wear
  • 3) Simple past tense and past participle of scar.


  • 1) But there are people who are scared stiff of the idea of dying.
  • 2) So the positive result left the shocked call centre worker feeling dirty and scared.
  • 3) How many other students would scared and nervous armed students have killed?
  • 4) But she was four and scared stiff.
  • 5) Maybe it is the best who should feel the most scared.
  • 6) So kind of from that you get scared really easily.
  • 7) He does not get scared and hide.
  • 8) The people on the bus must have been scared stiff when the wave hit the side of the vehicle.
  • 9) She says she's scared and something stops her.
  • 10) My wife's feeling scared and sad.
  • 11) He's often very scared and nervous about new things.
  • 12) You're fighting for your life and scared stiff with all the noise.
  • 13) Maybe it's not the first time you have made her feel scared.
  • 14) I was so scared something would happen to her.
  • 15) She said: 'I was worried sick and scared.
  • 16) But she means the world to me and I'm scared something will happen again.
  • 17) [Loud cheering.] "But before Registration Day I was scared -- just plain _scared_.
  • 18) No match on the face but the name scared up a few hits. there were four Philip Prokovs in the city.
  • 19) The title scared me a little, i thought someone was transfering off ER… like scott or randy or the guild…
  • 20) I am not sure if the book got banned because I tackle sensitive issues in depth-like food safety, local corruption that protects the sex industry, and a weak education sector that squelches innovation and analytical ability-or if the title scared the regulators, or something else.
  • 21) "Sometimes you can use the word scared to represent my emotional state at the beginning," Yao told Reuters at the offices of the Shanghai Sharks -- the Chinese Basketball League team he now owns.
  • 22) I have to admit, your title scared me just a little bit.
  • 23) For her to get serious about the disease, it took what she calls a scared-straight moment thinking of her son losing his mom.
  • 24) He was barking; what she described as a scared, violent bark around the time Martha may have been killed.
  • 25) BY ALICIA QUARLES, The Associated Press NEW YORK - Metallica and the word "scared" don't usually go together.
  • 26) ‘It was odd how dressing unusually could cause people to feel scared and intimidated of you.’
  • 27) ‘As they travelled down to the place where the car was meant to be, Amy couldn't help but feel incredibly scared and nervous.’
  • 28) ‘I knew where he was, and I was worried and scared that it would be too much for him.’
  • 29) ‘He said the experience has made him frightened of walking in the town and scared of police - even though he has done nothing wrong.’
  • 30) ‘I think in a lot of hip hop these days people are kind of scared to venture out and do different things.’
  • 31) ‘I was kind of scared he'd attack me, and I'm deathly shy around adults I don't know.’
  • 32) ‘I think sometimes people get scared and defensive if they don't understand something.’
  • 33) ‘Scarlett just stood beside me, watching all the other scared freshman pile into the gym.’
  • 34) ‘Either he's scared of being caught lying, or he feels very comfortable with truth.’
  • 35) ‘The first thing I told her was to make sure that her parents knew but she said no because she was too scared.’
  • 36) ‘Many on-lookers at the bar and on the dance floor stopped to look at the scene with scared eyes.’
  • 37) ‘I'm telling you this because I am struggling to understand why my new sales team seem so scared of me.’
  • 38) ‘He continued down the path, wondering what the rumbling meant and why people were so scared of it.’
  • 39) ‘She was not scared of heights, either.’
  • 40) ‘I cannot speak for him, but I was still scared stiff.’
  • 41) ‘She had a really scared look on her face.’
  • 42) ‘She stopped dead in her tracks like a scared rabbit when she saw us.’
  • 43) ‘Hazel nodded, a bit scared of what was going on.’
  • 44) ‘You may be perfectly fine, but Mom's scared to death.’
  • 45) ‘I can't remember when I first started getting scared of going to the dentist.’
  • 46) too shocked and scared to move


  • 1) The man who emerged from the cabin was in his mid-thirties with a cruel face scarred from years of teenage acne.
  • 2) A scarred pine table stood in the middle of the floor, perfectly positioned for the ceremony that lay ahead.
  • 3) My family is still scarred from the war you got us into in Iraq.
  • 4) Obviously many people are scarred from the mortgage crisis they're facing and I think we often make the mistake to think that we can teach the traditional texts of financial literacy -- like teaching young people how to open a checking account -- as though that somehow will make a difference.
  • 5) VW executives remain scarred by an attempt in the 1980s to Americanize Rabbits produced at a VW plant in Westmoreland County, Pa., with cheaper interiors and a softer suspension.
  • 6) But I am very proud of every penny of my taxes that go to the rehabilitation and care of those who return home physically and/or mentally damaged and scarred from the experience.
  • 7) His square hands, scarred from the mines, move as he speaks.
  • 8) Obama is scarred from the primary battle, but it may have left him more prepared for the clashes to come against McCain.
  • 9) From the dark skinned Grandfather who I never met, an alcoholic baker, from the Grandmother traumatised by “The Troubles”, from the Mother with skin scarred by burns, serving time in a hospital which rewarded her with diphtheria and isolation.

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