alarmed

[ uh-lahrm ]SEE DEFINITION OF alarmed

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"Don't be alarmed, my dear mother," said Robert, soothingly.

Then, indeed, she had burst upon him with an impetuous despair that had alarmed him.

And into his thoughts now crept a doubt, one that alarmed his sense of justice.

"But there wasn't any shot," the perplexed and alarmed detective expostulated.

But about this time I was alarmed for myself by a slight twinge of jealousy.

But Proserpina was so alarmed, that she wished for nothing but to get out of his reach.

It would have alarmed his superiors, and done away with his chances of promotion.

I will not—Heaven forbid that I should alarm you as I have been alarmed!

But he was alarmed at her appearance and wanted to go for the doctor, as he told her.

He too had been alarmed for the fate of the boy, but he affected now not to see him.

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