I'm quite confused by the usage of prep., so may I ask when I should use "in" or "with", since I read some sentences below
- The birds smashed into the top of their cages in fright.
- The steam pipes rattled suddenly, and Franklin jumped with fright. He was shaking with fright.
" In fright", " with fright", what's the difference between them, can they be replaced by each other? Thanks!