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In the construct “afraid + Noun,” is “afraid” always considered a verb and not an adjective?

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    You can be "afraid OF" a noun, and you can be "afraid TO" verb (sometimes), and you can be "afraid THAT" a clause -- it's an adjective every time. Can you give an example of "afraid + noun"?

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