That it was the Pawnee Picts, they no longer doubted; and fearful was the ire of the Osages at the contempt with which they had been treated.
So now if you should come and tell us: "Fearful is the state of affairs at Rome; terrible is death; terrible is exile; terrible is calumny; terrible is poverty; fly, my friends, the enemy is near," we shall answer: "Begone, prophesy for yourself; we have committed only one fault, that we sent such a scout.
This has ever since been considered a haunted stream, and fearful are the feelings of the schoolboy who has to pass it alone after dark.
Fearful is the chance of poison: Fearful, too, the great unknown: Magic brings some positivists Humbly on their marrow-bone.
Fearful was the rage of the Turkish Sultan when he heard of the defeat and death of Mezid Bey, and he at once despatched another army against Hunyady, which like the first numbered eighty thousand men.
Aix, Toulon, Arles, the Cevennes, the Gevaudan were attacked by the contagion; fearful was the want in the decimated towns long deprived of every resource.
Fearful were the shrieks that rent the mountain air as he rolled down the hillside.
With a sanitary view of the matter, she meant to make it exercise, and fearful was the skipping that ensued.
Fearful was the havoc occasioned by these licensed depredators, yet no one dared to check themno one ventured to repine.
An illustrious philosopher thinks on the contrary, and Cumberland and Puffendorff likewise affirm it, that nothing is more fearful than man in a state of nature, that he is always in a tremble, and ready to fly at the first motion he perceives, at the first noise that strikes his ears.