miedo (mee-AYdaw) = dread (noun) temer (tayMAIR) = to dread (verb)
Dread can be: a verb -- I dread swimming in the ocean a noun -- Dread spread over the boys when they saw the police arrive. an adjective -- dread diseases. Probably the adjective dreaded is more commonly used.
analogy for a ship is analogy for a ship so its an analogy
Another word for dread is regret.
The word DREAD has one syllable
Massive Dread died in 1994.
ex:that task was a dread
Dreaded is the past participle of dread.
Ranking Dread died in 1996.
Ranking Dread was born in 1955.
Dreadlocks Dread was created in 1975.
Adam Dread was born in 1963.
"You dread nought but the Dreadnought?", demanded the Captain.You dread all that goes bump in the night.
I dread going to work today, because I know the work that is waiting for me. He was filled with dread at the thought of another night in the jungle. He had a dread that she was going to kiss him.
The little girl was full of dread
No Willow Doesnt Have Dread Locks
The duration of Club Dread is 1.72 hours.
The duration of Dread - film - is 1.8 hours.
Dread Dominion has 272 pages.
Dread Mountain has 128 pages.
i dread going to work in the morning i dread having to pay this bill that movie was just dreadful (horrible and bad)
Just beyond our sight lies a dread warrior, in wait for our advance.Some people just dread homework.
For dread: My heart was filled with dread for this day. For dreaded: Each year, this day was dreaded by every person in this county.
As a verb --- They always dread doing tax forms. As a noun --- She was filled with dread when her aging mother didn't answer the phone.
Judge Dread was born on May 2, 1945.