Scaring in a sentence

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How to use scaring in a sentence. Scaring pronunciation.

I don't want strange men roaming where they please, scaring the children.
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Why, gentlemen, we have been scaring ourselves at a puff of powder smoke.
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The leisure this double duty allowed her was employed by Mopsey in scaring away the poultry and idle young chickens which rushed in at the back entrance of the kitchen in swarms, and hopped with yellow legs about the floor with the racket of constant falling showers of corn.
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Why, Bobby! Scaring me to death like this!
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You're scaring off the only evidence we've got that Johnny landed here.
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It's scaring the beasts, and we've been a couple of weeks on this drive.
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Of course, in these days these weapons, though often effective in vexing good men and in scaring good women, are somewhat blunted; indeed, they not infrequently injure the assailants more than the assailed.
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Few things in the evolution of astronomy are more suggestive than the struggle between the theological and the scientific doctrine regarding comets-the passage from the conception of them as fire-balls flung by an angry God for the purpose of scaring a wicked world, to a recognition of them as natural in origin and obedient to law in movement.
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Scaring me to death like this!
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You're scaring them as bad as your airship did.
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His chief delight was to mount the stone wall, and utter his raucous note, again and again, as a carriage passed, often scaring the horses into dangerous antics, and causing severe, if not profane criticism.
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He had shot himself with an old firelock that he used for scaring birds; and from what he had said the day before, and the arrangements he had made for his decease, there was no doubt that his end had been deliberately planned, as a consequence of the despondency into which he had been thrown by his son's letter.
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But there was the disadvantage of scaring the timid.
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A new and scaring thought occurred to him.
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The idea of scaring honest folks out of their wits, and making 'em think the end of the world has come!
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If you succeed in scaring it away before your fowls are injured, you will be lucky in your business.
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International business contributes over 60% of Bermuda's economic output; a failed independence vote in late 1995 can be partially attributed to Bermudian fears of scaring away foreign firms.
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With the exception of one solitary old genius, who had an astonishing way of amusing himself and scaring all the other wood folk, this was the only plain bit of fore-thought and sweet reasonableness that I have ever found in a porcupine.
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I'll see if he can come round with that dog of his scaring folks!
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What are you scaring him with murderous threats for?
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Examples of Scaring

Example #1
Still it will be a good thing to have a look about the island.
Example #2
He spoke real nice to me, but his clothes were old and awful ragged.
Example #3
Why, by all that's wonderful-" He stopped short and held up his hand.
Example #4
Yes, I can, they're bending on a flag.
Example #5
In performance of her duty, and from a sense only that there could be no thanksgiving without a turkey, she planted the tin oven on the hearth, spitted the gobbler, and from time to time, merely as a matter of absolute necessity, gave it a turn; but about the mouth of the great oven she hovered constantly, like a spirit-had her head in and out at the opening every other minute; and, when at last the pies were slided in upon the warm bottom, she lingered there regarding the change they were undergoing with the fond admiration with which a connoisseur in sunsets hangs upon the changing colors of the evening sky.
Example #6
Upon the half door opening on the front the red rooster had mounted, and with his head on one side observed with a knowing eye all that went forward; showing perhaps most interest in the turning of the spit, the impalement of the turkey thereon having been with him an object of special consideration.