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- adverb In a
scaredmanner, with fear.
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A half-woken stoat peeped scaredly from its lair in a drystone wall and a skinny old doe stood alert and watchful on a limestone outcrop.
From where he sat with crossed knees and his nicely polished shoes far out so that passers-by were forced to a small detour, Albert looked suddenly across at his mother-in-law, rather scaredly white.
Star-Dust Fannie Hurst 1928
He then turned round and looked scaredly at Crean and myself.
South with Scott Edward Ratcliffe Garth Russell Evans Mountevans 1918
Stephen, who is quite close to it, looks at it rather scaredly, and moves away quickly to the cannon.
Major Barbara George Bernard Shaw 1903
The housemaid hurried scaredly in to the bar behind and whispered to the boss.
The Rising of the Court Henry Lawson 1894
James looked scaredly back at her, wriggling his hands around in his lap.
Autism Hub 2009
THE WOMAN [pulling herself together after looking scaredly at
The Shewing-up of Blanco Posnet George Bernard Shaw 1903