Third-person singular simple present indicative form of affright.(verb)
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Use "affrights" in a sentence
"He could like the gray hairs of popery, did not some dotages there stagger him: he would come to us sooner, but our new name affrights him."
"How now? why flart'ft thou? what, doth death affright f Suf, Thy name affrights me, in whofe found is death,"
"Their valour is no better than that of a barking cur, who affrights all that go on without looking at him, but who, the moment he is turned upon with a stamp and a fierce look, retreats himself, amazed, afraid, and ashamed. '"