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a river in SE North Carolina. 202 miles (325 km) long.
Cape, a cape at its mouth.
a feeling of distress, apprehension, or alarm caused by impending danger, pain, etc
a cause of this feeling
awe; reverence: fear of God
concern; anxiety
possibility; chance: there is no fear of that happening
for fear of, for fear that, for fear lest, to forestall or avoid
no fear, certainly not
put the fear of God into, to frighten
to be afraid (to do something) or of (a person or thing); dread
(transitive) to revere; respect
(transitive; takes a clause as object) to be sorry: used to lessen the effect of an unpleasant statement: I fear that you have not won
(intransitive) foll by for. to feel anxiety about something
an archaic word for frighten

fools rush in where angels fear to tread
for fear of
never fear
put the fear of god in


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