Fear-for in a sentence

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She made the suggestion with fear-for the prospect of actually seeing her beloved Constance alarmed her-but she could do no less than make it.
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So now do I place him in thy care, good saint, for thou dost know me but poor rogue Roger, a rough man and all unlearned, yet, even so, I do most truly love him and, loving him, do fear-for meseemeth his hurt is deeper than hurt of body, he doth pine him and grieve for lack of his heart's desire-a young man, sweet saint, that doth yearn for a maid right fair and noble, _pars amours,_ good saint, as is the custom.
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Surprise, therefore, held them back, mingled with some little fear-for the determined attitude which Brace had taken, and the shining blade of his knife, promised death to some of them; and, as each feared it might be himself, no one desired to be the foremost.
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Oh, the rapture mingled with reverential, holy fear-for it is a rapturous, yet divinely fearful thing-to be indwelt by the Holy Ghost, to be a temple of the Living God!
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Never fear-for that remark I grant you immunity.
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Would Thou venture thither with Thy vague and undefined promise of freedom, which men, dull and unruly as they are by nature, are unable so much as to understand, which they avoid and fear?-for never was there anything more unbearable to the human race than personal freedom!
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Sibyll, accordingly, after pressing her father's hand without fear-for she had deemed the sole danger Adam risked was from the rabble by the way-followed Hugh into a fair chamber, strewed with rushes, where an aged dame, of noble air and aspect, was employed at her broidery frame.
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Examples of Fear-for

Example #1
And in a few days she had a reply to say that Constance would have come, under Cyril's charge, but that her sciatica was suddenly much worse, and she was obliged to lie down every day after dinner to rest her legs.
Example #2
At length she roundly asked Constance to come and pay her a visit.
Example #3
I have worked for him-prayed for him-yet doth he weep great tears within his sleep.
Example #4
Good Saint Cuthbert, I have wrought for him my best as thou hast seen-tended his hurt thrice daily and ministered the potion as I was commanded.
Example #5
I had thrown myself alongside my brave protector, resolving to do battle and die by his side-though not much could my puny arm have effected against the host of strong ferocious men who assailed us.
Example #6
They seemed to have been taken by surprise; for although they knew that Brace opposed the design, they had no idea he would attempt to struggle against the whole crew.