terrify


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The first audience is going to terrify me,'' he says, ``and saying goodbye to people is going to terrify me.
Because masturbation had such dreadful consequences, educators, doctors, and parents needed to terrify and sometimes torture children for their own good.
Chapman pleaded guilty to a charge of securing another to cruelly terrify or torture a guinea pig and a charge of cruelty to a kitten.