Scaring sentence example

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  • You're scaring me, Gabriel.
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  • She missed but succeeded in scaring him back a step.
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  • If scaring us was the case, they certainly were successful.
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  • She felt bad for scaring him but knew the alternative—people like Kris or Sasha finding out—would doom her.
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  • Sorry for scaring off Jonny.
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  • He'd been afraid of scaring the beautiful redhead away if she saw he was free.
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  • With these, as a work produced without any literary suggestion, though very different in feeling, may be associated the "Eastern Slinger scaring Birds in the Harvest-time: Moon-rise" (1875), a nude figure standing on a raised platform in a field of wheat.
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  • He wanted to say, you're scaring me now more than as a wolf, but thought better of it.
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  • "You scaring me," I answered.
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  • He asked me to tell you he was sorry for scaring you.
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  • The religion is an undisguised animism, and all their frequent and elaborate ceremonies and festivals are aimed at exorcising and scaring spirits.
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  • Kyle, you're scaring me.
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  • "You're so white," Ivy said, scaring me from the doorway.
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  • Her black hair and dark violet eyes leered at Axel, scaring him beyond reason.
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  • Scaring off would-be muggers was all very well but I'd had enough of daffodil fever.
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  • slew of horror movies that has been thrown onto the screen are not about truly scaring the audience, but only startling them.
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  • The slew of horror movies that has been thrown onto the screen are not about truly scaring the audience, but only startling them.
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  • For example, there's a No Bang pack that's perfect for entertaining small children without scaring them.
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  • I tried to stop my other cat from going near him when he's using the litter box, but I often end up scaring him too.
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  • R.L. Stine and the Goosebumps books have been scaring kids from first grade to middle school.
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  • Have fun with this extra special day where it is okay to have fun scaring people and grossing others out.
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  • Injection therapy, also called sclerotherapy, is the injection of an irritating chemical that causes scaring at the site of the injection.
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  • Scaring up a good time is what going out for Halloween is all about!
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  • Clingy women, who are insecure about themselves and fixated on doing anything they can to get a guys attention, usually end up scaring potential partners away.
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  • They're trendy and comfortable, and best of all, you can make a statement without scaring your grandmother.
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  • She felt bad for scaring him but knew the alternative—people like Kris or Sasha finding out—would doom her.
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