flagellum, holy terror, bratwurst, nemesis, misgiving, trepidation, disquietude, consternation, funk, affright, cold feet, scare, study at fear, bane, threat, little terror, fear and trembling, scourge, solicitude, dismay, curse, brat, menace
cowardice (part of speech: noun)
ghost (part of speech: noun)
daemon, werewolf, apparition, bugbear, spirit, horror, monster, Frankenstein, phantom, ghoul, shadow, chimera, illusion, Dracula, bogey man, myth, incubus, ogre, phantasm, specter, nightmare, ghost, succubus, bugaboo, hobgoblin, vampire
fear (part of speech: noun)
- Great was the terror of the good old women of the Manhattoes. - "Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists", Washington Irving.
- The disciples saw a form through the darkness drawing near to them, and strangely enough they did not think of Jesus, but cried out in terror, saying, " It is a spirit." - "Child's Story of the Bible", Mary A. Lathbury.
- But for all that the terror remained in his heart. - "Frank of Freedom Hill", Samuel A. Derieux.