Synonyms of fright in English:

fright


See definition of fright

noun

1‘Amanda was paralysed with fright’

SYNONYMS
fear, fearfulness, terror, horror, alarm, panic, dread, trepidation, uneasiness, nervousness, apprehension, apprehensiveness, consternation, dismay, perturbation, disquiet, discomposure
informal jitteriness, twitchiness

2‘the experience gave everyone a bit of a fright’

SYNONYMS
scare, shock, surprise, turn, jolt, start
the shivers, the shakes
informal the jitters, the heebie-jeebies, the willies, the creeps, the collywobbles, a cold sweat
British informal the abdabs, the screaming abdabs, butterflies, butterflies in one's stomach

3‘why did no one tell me I looked a fright?’

SYNONYMS
ugly sight, horrible sight, grotesque sight, eyesore, monstrosity, horror, frightful spectacle
informal mess, sight, state, blot on the landscape
ANTONYMS

beauty