How to Pronounce scare?

Correct pronunciation for the word "scare" is [skˈe͡ə], [skˈe‍ə], [s_k_ˈeə].

What are the misspellings for scare?

"Scare" in context

Scare can refer to the feeling one experiences of being scared, which is often considered a negative emotion. It's a feeling that comes from perceiving danger or threat, and can be caused by external and internal phenomena. Common causes of being scared include sudden loud noises, intense situations, or unexpectedly seeing something shocking. Fear can also be caused internally - from a phobia or a sense of shame or insecurity.

When scared, the body typically releases adrenaline, a hormone which enhances reflex speed, increases heart rate, and heightens mental alertness.

What are similar-sounding words for scare?

Usage over time for scare:

This graph shows how "scare" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

40 words made out of letters SCARE

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