Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fear.(verb)
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Use "fears" in a sentence
"Gilbert's eye brightened at the intelligence, though he had not given utterance to his fears -- _fears_ they were -- for even the young and brave recoil in terror from death, when it assumes a form and hovers near in a detested shape."
"Ancient, sacred fears and faiths, ancient, sacred faiths and fears"
"I. iii.137 (414,6) Present fears/Are less than horrible imaginings] [W: feats] _Present fears_ are _fears of things present_, which Macbeth declares, and every man has found, to be less than the _imagination_ presents them while the objects are yet distant."