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have (or hold) no terrors for someone

Definition of have or hold no terrors for someone in English:

Not frighten or worry someone: death held no terrors for him
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  • Of course I'm concerned about getting it right, but it holds no terrors for me because I have played Lear, and Lear is the most difficult of all.
  • A former high-class hurdler, Deep Water has always looked as though fences would hold no terrors for him.
  • The open pan of the valley had no terrors for us in daylight.
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