Southern &amp; Midland U.S. Afraid.(adjective)
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Use "afeard" in a sentence
"He's a nature lover if ever there was one, an 'he's afeard of cities."
"I'd like to go along, but I'm afeard it's me for the mountains till the end."
"A 27-tonne bell inscribed with a line from Shakespeare's The Tempest – "Be not afeard: the isle is full of noises" – will form the centrepiece of the ceremony, and Cavendish is one of the main contenders to lead out the British team."