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  • Afeard definition, afraid. See more. Link To Afeard. World English Dictionary. afeard or afeared (əˈfɪəd) —adj (postpositive) an archaic or dialect word for afraid [Old English āfǣred, from afǣran to frighten, from fǣran to fear] afeared or afeared. — “Afeard | Define Afeard at ”,
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  • However, it is also a call to arms, a demand that all good Dorset folk continue to We may be gone, but we will be watching over you. A bit like Yoda and. — “Who's Afear'd - Badger Baitin, 'Ampshire Hatin' Dorset Toss”,
  • afeard (comparative more afeard, superlative most afeard) you pass with your best violence; I am afeard you make a wanton of me. [edit] Related. — “afeard - Wiktionary”,
  • afeard also afeared ( ) adj. Southern & Midland U.S. Afraid. [Middle English afered , from Old English āfǣred , past participle of āfǣran , to. — “afeard: Definition, Synonyms from ”,
  • Definition of word from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games. Origin of AFEARD. Middle English afered, from Old English āfǣred, past participle of āfǣran to frighten, from ā-, perfective prefix + fǣran to frighten — more at abide,. — “Afeard - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster”, merriam-
  • A set of attitudes and behaviors originating in the stark, deprived inner-city ghettos and inexplicably adopted by middle-class suburban ***s. Hip Yo yo dem badass rhymes gots da Man afeard of da revolution!. — “Urban Dictionary: Afeard”,
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  • Afeard - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Origin of AFEARD. Middle English afered, from Old English f red, past participle of f ran to frighten, from -, perfective prefix f ran to frighten BE NOT AFEARD: THIS ISLE IS FULL OF NOISES. 27 days ago. Be not afeard: this isle is full. — “Afeard”,
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  • I dono. Think they'll see us? // '); //]Oh, Tom, they can see in the dark, same as cats. I wisht I hadn't come. Oh, don't be afeard. I don't believe they'll bother us. — “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer: Summary, ***ysis, and Original”,
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  • Free online English dictionary. We define wanton as NWanton \Wan'ton\, n.1. A roving, frolicsome thing; a trifler; -- used rarely as aterm of I am afeard you make a wanton of me. — “Definition of Wanton from ”,
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  • I'm thinking many would be afeard, but I never knew what way I'd be afeard of beggar or bishop or any man of you at all. If myself was easily afeard, I'm telling you, it's long ago I'ld have. — “John M. Synge's Play: In The Shadow Of The Glen [One-act play]”,

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  • Angra - A Monster In Her Eyes From the new album Aqua lyrics: I always was a lower being Not much, I'm just a beast You might think I'm the lowest of the low But there is something you should know. Long before you came You'd have found me here, And never begged for your help This old land will be mine once again And all my sacrifice will be worth the price And never again I'll be a monster in your eyes You took my freedom: And shaped it into your servant, You taught me your tongue, Denying me the word. Lord O' mine for so long, Now comes the time to regain My land and Miranda will see All my sacrifice, will be worth the price And never again I'll be a monster in her eyes I'll be a monster in your eyes Please, be not afeard By this isle's sounds in your ears When I have waked, after a long sleep The clouds I was dreaming I cry to dream of again... Lord O' mine for so long, Now comes the time to regain My land and Miranda will see All my sacrifice, will be worth the price Forever I'll say My stolen paradise, Will be worth the price And no longer I'll be a monster in her eyes, I'll be a monster in her eyes I'm just a monster in her eyes
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  • Who's Afear'd 'Borderline' Due to the devestating1974 ruling that severed Bournemouths ties with Dirty Hampshire County and forced the towns incorporation into the green splendor of Dorset County, the danger of the Bournemouth Virus infecting the brave population of wider Dorset has severely increased. Inhabitants are warned to keep a serious bloody eye out for the following symptoms: • Fake tan • Increasing ability to live entire social life through use of mobile phone. • Increased attraction to WAG lifestyle/flashy cars/general style over substance. • Telephone calls to Lon-don. Be vigilant. And remember to shoot them in the head.
  • The Tempest Shakesphere's The Tempest, "Be Not Afeard, The Isle is Full of Noises"
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  • Who's Afear'd perform Borderline and Alley Loo Yah (Hallelujah) Highlights of the Dorset band 'Who's Afeard ' performing at the Old Rooms Inn , Weymouth, Dorset on 7th February 2009 For futher details about 'Who's Afear'd' visit Discover more Dorset traditions in the book 'Dark Dorset Calendar Customs', by Robert Newland, now available at . Visit the Dark Dorset website, or blog http and open the door to a world of fascinating folklore and legends.
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  • Horton's Love Song I once knew a fella with a dream Only he could hear A clover in his ear Sayin', "I am here, I am here, I am here; Don't be afeard." He goes through his days now and it seems He follows every whim; He brings her to his friends; They say, "This must end, this must end, this must end, Horton our friend." They say he is crazy and take her away, Drop her in the field where he picked her that day. He says, "I will save you because, after all A person's a person, no matter how small!" And clover, by clover, by clover with care, He picked them and searched them and called, "Are you there?" But clover, by clover, by clover he found, The one that he sought for was just not around So he search for his flower and he ain't Where he needs to be After nine thousand and three, He says "How can this be, how can this be, how can this be?" And he keeps looking Then he's so happy he can faint: On the three millionth flower, In the 200th hour He says, "This is she, this is she, this is she!" Ecstatically. And he says, "God has saved me!" And he falls to his knees, A gray happiness among the Truffula trees. He says, "I will take you away from this all, Our love is our love, no matter how small." Clover by clover, etc. x2 {end on} Clover, by clover, after that dreadful fast The one that he sought for was with him at last.
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  • Caliban's Dream -- The Tempest Caliban's Dream -- The Tempest by Shakespeare. Inspired by Joseph Fiennes. Be not afeard; the isle is full of noises, Sounds and sweet airs, that give delight and hurt not. Sometimes a thousand twangling instruments Will hum about mine ears, and sometime voices That, if I then had waked after long sleep, Will make me sleep again: and then, in dreaming, The clouds methought would open and show riches Ready to drop upon me that, when I waked, I cried to dream again.
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  • playboy Playboy. The play transcribed word for word on screen, the scene depicts a young man 'Christy Mahon' who tired by days of walking after the murder of his father stumbles across the public house of Micheal Fathery. This, the first moment in which all the major players are assembled on stage, setting up the premise for the remainder of the play. The hook line has been sunk, the first realisation has captivated the audience and the murderer is cast as the hero and his merits held up to scrutiny. As the great mystery is unveiled the player Christy has propositions of misdeed upon him, refuting with disgust when the crass term is beyond his humanity "Oh the saints forbid, mister; I was at all times a decent lad." As he describes his deed the players symphonize with him "man should be a great terror when his temper is roused". This text works as a metaphor in which the father becomes a figure from which we all wish to rebel against but through fear of reprisal do not (pg 31 "I never killed my father. I'd be afeard to do that"). The late Mr Mahon becomes the face of odious orthodoxy from which we all wish to deface and escape from. The players become the face of society harbouring memes which are contrary to current opinion, a society who merit divergence form the norm and who are willing to put themselves at risk through of the charm for Christy Mahon. The imagery in the background are those form the Yes/No series, extreme close ups of the faces uttering the words, playing on ...
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  • The Isle Is Full Of Noises Brittany performs "The Isle is Full of Noises" with the Florida State University Choir Summer Program in 2006 in Tallahasee. This was one of my two favorites from this session at FSU that she performed. It is a beautiful song based on a section of writing from Shakespeare's The Tempest. Be not afeard. The isle is full of noises, Sounds, and sweet airs, that give delight and hurt not. Sometimes a thousand twangling instruments Will hum about mine ears, and sometime voices That, if I then had waked after long sleep Will make me sleep again; and then in dreaming The clouds methought would open and show riches Ready to drop upon me, that when I waked I cried to dream again. Shakespeare - The Tempest, Act III
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  • Lee Hoiby's "Be Not Afeard" by Slava Serebrianik. Lee Hoiby's beautiful tenor aria from "The Tempest" recorded by Slava Serebrianik January 8, 2011 in StageToneScape, Toronto. Piano - Valentin Bogolubov.

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