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Are you afraid or are you scared? Is there a difference between the two adjectives? Learn how to accurately describe your level of terror in this article!
You probably know that both scared and afraid deal with fear. In fact, that’s why they are so easily confused. Let’s start with the definition of afraid that’s closest to the definition of scared. Afraidmeans feeling fear or apprehension. Scared means being in a state of fear, nervousness, or panic. If you think they sound pretty much the same, you are not alone. But plenty of people point out the distinctions.
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