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72 words found containing '怖' in any position
Most common form:
interjection (kandoushi)
frightening; terrifying  (see also: 怖い; often written with kana only)
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Most common form: 怖気付く
'ku' godan verb, intransitive verb
to be seized with fear; to be intimidated; to lose one's nerve; to be frightened; to get cold feet; to chicken out; to have the wind up
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1. scary; frightening; eerie; dreadful
interjection (kandoushi)
2. (I'm) afraid
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fear; dread; dismay; terror; horror; scare; panic
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Most common form: 恐ろしい
1. terrible; dreadful; terrifying; frightening; frightened
2. surprising; startling; tremendous; amazing  (often as 恐ろしく)
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Most common form: 恐れ
noun
fear; horror; anxiety; concern; uneasiness
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Most common form: 恐れる
ichidan verb, transitive verb
to fear; to be afraid of
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'ru' godan verb, intransitive verb
to be afraid of; to fear; to dread; to be nervous (about); to be shy (of)
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Most common form: いふ
awe; fear; fright
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hard-faced; aggressive; fierce look; frightening look; scary face
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