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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for fear

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ෂර්ලොක් හෝම්ස් 2.Valley of fear(බිහිසුනු නිම්නය)
ප්‍රංශ විප්ලවය 1789 ගිම්හානයේ දී නීතියක් නැති භීෂණ සමයක් රටට උදාවිය. ආහාර මංකොල්ලකරුවන් නිසා අධික බියෙන් වූ සමයේ (Great Fear) පුරවැසියන් අවිගත්හ. මාස හයක දී තුවක්කු 400,000 ක් පුරවැසියන් සතු වේ. තුවක්කු, මිට දිග මුල්ලු, හා දෑකැති අවි සේ අමෝරා ගත් පුරවැසියන් විසින් බදු එකතු කරන්නන්ව, වැඩවසම් රදළයන්ව, ඒකාධිකාරීන් යැයි තමන් සිතූ සියල්ලන්ටම පහර දුන්හ. කඩ හා ගෙවල් ගිනි තැබූහ. මසුරන්ගේ වයින් බැරල් හළා දැමූහ.
වෙස්ට්වර්ල්ඩ් The story takes place in the fictional Westworld, a technologically advanced, Western-themed amusement park populated completely by synthetic androids dubbed "hosts". Westworld caters to high-paying visitors dubbed "newcomers" (or just "guests"), who can do whatever they wish within the park, without fear of retaliation from the hosts.
ඉන්දියානු ජාතික කොන්ග්‍රසය The Congress-led UPA government has been accused by both Hindu and Christian organizations for completely ignoring the Love Jihad activity allegedly perpetrated by and Islamic party Popular Front of India and its umbrella organizations under which young Muslim boys in Kerala and coastal Karnataka reportedly target college girls belonging to Hindu and Christian communities for conversion to Islam by feigning love. It has been reported that the Congress government is calling the Love Jihad activity as dubious and the allegations by Hindu and Christian organizations as un-secular for the fear of losing Muslim votes. It has been reported that local Muslim politicians have been silently supporting and promoting the 'Love Jihad' campaign in Kerala and Karnataka.
හස්ති පක්‍ෂියා "Aepyornis maximus" is commonly known as the 'elephant bird', a term that apparently originated from Marco Polo's account of the rukh in 1298, although he was apparently referring to an eagle-like bird strong enough to "seize an elephant with its talons". Sightings of eggs of elephant birds by early sailors (e.g. text on the Fra Mauro map of 1467-69, if not attributable to ostriches) could also have been erroneously attributed to a giant raptor from Madagascar. The legend of the roc could also have originated from sightings of such a giant subfossil eagle related to the African Crowned Eagle, which has been described in the genus "Stephanoaetus" from Madagascar, being large enough to carry off large primates; today, lemurs still retain a fear of aerial predators such as these. Another might be the perception of ratites retaining neotenic features and thus being mistaken for enormous chicks of a presumably more massive bird.