Definition of feart in English:

feart

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Pronunciation: /ˈfɪət
 
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(also feared)

adjective

Scottish
Afraid: ye’re feart to stand out from the crowd
More example sentences
  • An intolerant Scotland, feart of anyone who is different, is a Scotland not worth living in - and the homophobia surrounding the debate is a disgrace.
  • ‘She was never feart of anybody or anything in her life,’ says Madge.
  • He's not feart, surely, of Scanlon, who's giving up her seat as a ‘list’ MSP to do battle for the Tories?

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