“You frighten him into deceiving, if you treat him so.”
remember what you are saying--you frighten me!"
Yes, but not in a satisfactory manner; you frightened us by interposing objections, which certainly showed that the discussion would be long and difficult; and what still remains is the reverse of easy.
The sudden silence that had fallen upon me seemed to frighten her. “
I think I must have frightened them, for at the sound of my voice they all rode through the rose trellis across the drive, and down the shrubbery.
He seemed, indeed, to accept everything without the least condemnationthough often grieving bitterly: and this was so much so that no onecould surprise or frighten him even in his earliest youth.
No wounds, nofestering sores could at that moment frighten me.
You frightened me, Rakitin, that’s what it is.”
Getting up hastily, and laying hold of a switch, he ran to his mother in great fury, and in a threatening manner that would have frightened any one but a mother so partial to him, said, "Tell me directly, wicked woman, who I am." "
You going to try to frighten me out of my skin, too?
She would not be frightened from paying him those attentions which, as a friend and almost a relation, were his due, by the observant eyes of Lucy, though she soon perceived them to be narrowly watching her.
Th’ masters keep th’ state o’ trade in their own hands; and just walk it forward like a black bug-a-boo, to frighten naughty children with into being good.
Now I, on the contrary, adore stories that rush breathlessly along, that frighten one.
You can then coax, flatter, or frighten them into revealing almost anything you want to know.
You should never whip a horse for shying; he shies because he is frightened, and you only frighten him more and make the habit worse.'
"You frighten me, Christabel, and mystify me."
He had frightened me away from the city, as he believed; and if I ever returned it would be only to find everything buried in that secrecy which those in power and high places know how to secure.
‘No dream,’ quoth he,‘may so my heart aghast, frighten That I will lette* for to do my things.
Indeed it will be better if she does begin pulling it, that’s not what I am afraid of... it’s her eyes I am afraid of... yes, her eyes... the red on her cheeks, too, frightens me... and her breathing too.... Have you noticed how people in that disease breathe... when they are excited?
The Count's mysterious warning frightened me at the time; it frightens me more now when I think of it, for in future he has a fearful hold upon me.