I am out of the fields now and on the very edge of the village. and then just as I think about bolting like some scared rabbit he is there.
Be scared by the sigh of the wind and the cry of the cranes;( fig. ) be scared
The second is to be scared of success, which leads to "resolute contraction" and Right deviationist mistakes.That's just AS bad
And the Atlantic headwinds were roaring their icy throats out at other scared men
Don't BE scared of the high-flown language of economists and Cabinet Ministers
BE scared out of one's wits
They must have heard the shooting and they’re probably scared out of their Boots
Then, scared out of his wits, he took to his heels and led a Flock of people in a flight all the way from heilungkiang to Kweichow Province
He was very scared and HAD to be helped down the aisle because he was afraid to walk down with the flower girl
He was scared to cross the rickety bridge.