yes, of course you can.
The noun "fright" is normally a state of fear, or something that causes fear (a scare).(The idiom looks a fright means looks scarily bad, or a monstrosity.)Synonyms for fright may be alarm, dismay, dread, horror, panic, shiver, shock, terror, or trepidation.
To prepare the body for a sudden fright or shock. It is commonly known as the "fight or flight horomone."
There are many words for terror or synonyms. Some include dread, awe, shock, alarm, horror, shock, anxiety, fright, and panic.
An alligator, a jellyfish's worst defense is to shock. An alligator is larger in size, and has huge chompers.
on the shock!!!!
Yes, there is a fright fest in Toronto. The fright fest happens once every year during the month of September. The children would dress up in costumes and go around town scaring each other.
definatly not that would scare them and they can die from fright
Fright Nights was created in 2006.
go to a website and find out!
fright (n) > frighten (v)
Yes, the word 'fright' is a noun.