When the stimulus is expressed, there is variation with respect to the construction that can be invoked. A further example for a verbal construction, again against the English etymology, can be found in
[D]ey gwine fraid good fashion wen dey see how de people ob dat city suffa.
[they going fear good fashion when they see how the people of that city suffer]
'They are going to fear good fashion [...]' (Rev 18.15; De Nyew Testament 2005: 886).
The following example appears to invoke a non-verbal construction:
I ain fraid about a dark night
[I ain't afraid about a dark night]
'I am not afraid of a dark night.' (Turner  2002: 264)