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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscaryscar‧y, scarey /ˈskeəri $ ˈskeri/ ●●● S1 adjective (comparative scarier, superlative scariest) informal  FRIGHTENEDfrightening a scary moment a scary movie The book is both scary and funny.see thesaurus at frightening
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scaryThe stars and the street lights stopped it being too dark, but it was still pretty scary.I don't regret my decision to start a new life, in a new country. It's scary, but it's also really exciting.Yet the commercial is based on speculation that is indeed scary but not unjustified.I had a really scary dream last night.She didn't like the film. It was too scary for her.It really was scary - I kid you not.While this may seem scary, it is the only way to get her stepfather to stop what he is doing.a big scary monsterWhat our deep-seated fears say, of course, can be even scarier than the stories themselves.
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