Main Entry: 1night Pronunciation: 'nIt Function: noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English niht; akin to Old High German naht night, Latin noct-, nox, Greek nykt-, nyx 1 : the time from dusk to dawn when no sunlight is visible 2 a : an evening or night taken as an occasion or point of time b : an evening set aside for a particular purpose 3 a : the quality or state of being dark b : a condition or period felt to resemble the darkness of night: as (1) : a period of dreary inactivity or affliction (2) : absence of moral values c : the beginning of darkness : NIGHTFALL - night·less /-l&s/ adjective
Main Entry: ter·ror Pronunciation: 'ter-&r Function: noun Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French terreur, from Latin terror, from terrEre to frighten; akin to Greek trein to be afraid, flee, tremein to tremble -- more at TREMBLE 1 : a state of intense fear 2 a : one that inspires fear : SCOURGE b : a frightening aspect c : a cause of anxiety : WORRY d : an appalling person or thing; especially : BRAT 3 : REIGN OF TERROR 4 : violence (as bombing) committed by groups in order to intimidate a population or government into granting their demands synonym see FEAR - ter·ror·less /-l&s/ adjective
Ever grew up wondering what was under your bed?
Ever Shut your eyes tight at night so wouldnt see?
Ever had actual experiecnes that you never grew out of?
Ever wondered if you were the only one
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