Anybody'd think you were afeard of me, the hurry you're in to run away!
"I am afeard I am too troublesome to you, sir," said the boy.
Ef he had lived in Bible times, I should hev been afeard of a visible judgment on his head, like the babes that mocked at Elijah.
"But sure what was the sense of bein' afeard of that," Hannah Went on.
It blew very hard all this night that I was afeard of my boy.
"I'm afeard he's in a bad way," whispered the man to whom he spoke.
Yes, there was one more, namely Mr. Pawkins, who was afeard his duds warn't dry.
You're afeard, now, if I was to see your housekeeper, that I'd say she was too handsome.
"Why I've diskivered what I war most afeard on," answered the woodsman.
Hemenway,' says I, for I was afeard she might be disapp'inted.