"I'm afeared the little lady will soil her pretty frock," he remarked, with another pull at his forelock.
You're afeared to go to law—Levi West—you try th' law—and see how ye like it.
"Sammy needn't be afeared," continued Pete, seeing the look on the girl's face.
Well, all I can say is, I never seen you afeared to go to say before.
I'm afeared I was born for a hard fate, an' that the day of my doom isn't far from me.
"I'm afeared, then, I won't be able to claim that there money," he said forlornly.
There's a big tear in my shoulder, an' I'm afeared I've made my last cruise.
I'm afeared of what d'you call 'ems, some tomfoolery, you know.
We're afeared they'll get all the gold in the Klondike country if we don't hurry.
"The least said the soonest mended about that one, I'm afeared," said the dame.