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Laying aside all alarmist talk and panicky solutions, let us put that knotty problem in its proper perspective.
An alarmist by nature, an aristocrat by party, he carried to an unreasonable excess his horror of popular turbulence.
Price had drawn his alarmist conclusions from rough estimates founded on the revenue returns.
He was no alarmist, but he knew only too well the meaning of a big general Indian rising.
A sudden access of fury on the part of the alarmist at the knocker, spurred them on with quaking hearts.
THE BLACK BAGLOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
I am no alarmist, but the Japanese have just launched the Satsuma, possibly the most powerful of all men-of-war.
'I BELIEVE' AND OTHER ESSAYSCYRIL ARTHUR EDWARD RANGER GULL
“I never looked upon you as an alarmist before,” he replied, glancing at his watch.
THE SPELLWILLIAM DANA ORCUTT
This is the work of the alarmist—to keep things stirred up and always in an unsettled state.
THE ARENAVARIOUS
But those with whom I touched upon that vision were pleased to see in it the evidence of my alarmist cynicism.
The other day I read in some paper or other an alarmist article on the tireless activity of the revolutionary parties.
UNDER WESTERN EYESJOSEPH CONRAD

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