Noun(1) an overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety(2) sudden mass fear and anxiety over anticipated events
Verb(1) be overcome by a sudden fear(2) cause sudden fear in or fill with sudden panic
(1) Betrand added that the fear of shortage prompted panic as some buyers purchased more cement than they usually purchased.(2) For other survivors, grief is mixed with panic and fear.(3) Trials with rhodes, panic and seteria grasses in particular have proven successful in providing year round pastures in areas unsuitable for cropping.(4) Anxiety symptoms were also high, with 64% reporting symptoms of fear, panic or anxiety.(5) She span off into a frenzied panic that could only be alleviated by rushing round to the neighbour's for a cup of tea.(6) When you get a scare everyone starts to panic , because you're not there with your small child and the worrying thing is that they can't tell you themselves.(7) ├ö├ç├┐It used to be that they rushed around in a last-minute panic clutching a wad of notes,├ö├ç├û she said.(8) Health professionals and ministers are concerned about spreading panic and fear too many warnings might make the population complacent.(9) The first chapter defines anxiety and the related constructs of worry, fear, and panic , and then goes on to discuss social anxiety in detail.(10) Up until now, there's been no cause to panic because living was always cheap here.(11) This suspension was unprecedented in that it was not preceded by a financial panic or a sudden demand for coin.(12) I felt the salt water in my throat, the fear, panic , and dread.(13) There was a panic , a rush to get as many people on board the escape ships as possible.(14) Everyone around began to panic at the sight and began to whisper and talk about what was going on.(15) In the panic and rush to establish bona fides, no one even dared to suggest that the public might be better off knowing about such matters.(16) he caused an economic panic by his sudden resignation
(1) panic attack :: panikanfald
1. alarm ::
2. scare ::
3. affright ::
4. be alarmed ::
5. frighten ::
Different Formspanic, panics
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