Panic synonyms

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A reason for dread or apprehension:
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Mob action, impelled by panic, sense 1
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To scare is defined as to suddenly frighten or alarm someone.
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Sudden intense fear, as of something immediately threatening.
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A violent agitation of the mind approaching madness; rage.
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A cause of terror.
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Any similar sound
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A sweet mixture of fruit boiled with sugar and allowed to congeal. Often spread on bread or toast or used in jam tarts.
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A confusing or being confused
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To fill with fear
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To relax is defined as to become calm, to loosen, or to calm down.
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A sudden thrill of pleasure
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To fill with fear
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The bell, buzzer, etc. of an alarm clock
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An organization or department responsible for providing security by enforcing laws, rules, and regulations as well as maintaining order.
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become, make afraid or distressed
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become, make afraid or distressed
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Apprehension is defined as when you are nervous and scared about something or about what might happen.
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(Obs.) A musty odor, as of moldy tobacco
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(Informal) Intense nervous depression or anxiety. Often used with the.
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Fearfulness or timidity preventing the completion of a course of action.
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(Uncountable) The quality of being absurd or inconsistent with obvious truth, reason, or sound judgment. [First attested in the early 16th century.]
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A sound suggesting the cry of an owl, especially the sound of a horn.
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A funny anecdote with a punchline
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(Informal) A person or thing considered hilariously funny
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A gaseous fuel, such as natural gas.
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The definition of a riot is a violent uprising or wild disturbance by a crowd, or an outburst or torrent of uncontrolled feelings or emotions.
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To drive or force by arousing fear:
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(Horticulture) To remove thatch (build-up of organic matter on the soil) from a lawn, to dethatch.
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(Intransitive) To move suddenly, or be excited, on feeling alarm; to start.
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To fill or overpower with terror; terrify.
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A movement (usually involuntary) of the muscles of the laughing face, particularly of the lips, and of the whole body, with a peculiar expression of the eyes, indicating merriment, satisfaction or derision, and usually attended by a sonorous and interrupted expulsion of air from the lungs.
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Mob action, impelled by panic, sense 1
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A substance prepared by or as if by crushing, especially a fruit drink:
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A wave of financial hysteria
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(Slang) Mental depression after drug-taking.
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A wave of financial hysteria
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A lowering in amount, degree, or position:
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A state of apprehension and fear resulting from the anticipation of a threatening event or situation. &diamf3; In psychiatry, a patient has an anxiety disorder &diamf3; if normal psychological functioning is disrupted or if anxiety persists without an identifiable cause.
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The behavior of systems that follow deterministic laws but appear random and unpredictable. Chaotic systems very are sensitive to initial conditions; small changes in those conditions can lead to quite different outcomes. One example of chaotic behavior is the flow of air in conditions of turbulence.
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To cause to lose enthusiasm or resolution; disillusion or discourage:
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To fear greatly.
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To fill with fear
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To react with more energy or force than seems called for, as from strong emotion
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(Intransitive) To collapse heavily or helplessly.
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(Intransitive) To run away in a panic; said of cattle, horses, etc., also of armies.
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To fill with fear
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Lack of wind or motion; stillness
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The state or quality of being collected.
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Information held in secret.
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An agreement or a treaty to end hostilities:
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The quality of being fearful
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The sound of laughing; laughter.
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Find another word for panic. In this page you can discover 67 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for panic, like: fear, mob hysteria, scare, fright, frenzy, affright, howl, jam, confusion, consternation and relax.