alarming[ uh-lahr-ming ]SEE DEFINITION OF alarming
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALARMING
It hurt him to think that he had only succeeded in alarming her.
I was seized with a fever, which left me in a state of alarming debility.
It might, as you have said, be wiser to watch and wait, and to avoid all chance of alarming this man.
Everybody looked at Mr Willet, after this alarming suggestion.
On the whole, my reception was not so alarming as I had feared.
The rumour of Macquart's escape was commented upon in a most alarming manner.
Such was the alarming aspect of affairs at the close of the year 1674.
She might have said something, instead of coming down the stairs with that alarming bonnet on.
A sudden recollection came to him, an alarming recollection.
It was a long list of signatures and an alarming total of indebtedness.
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