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Affrighted
From the Robert E. Howard Lexicon


“At these words the shadowy room swam before Yasmina’s affrighted gaze.”

-The People of the Black Circle

“affrighted the moon” is another use by Howard, in the novel Almuric.

1. af•fright

[əˈfrīt]

VERB

1. frighten (someone):

ORIGIN

late Middle English: in early use from āfyrhted ‘frightened’ in Old English; later by vague form association with fright.

RELATED FORMS

affrighted (past tense)

affrighted (past participle)

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