panic[ pan-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF panic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PANIC
Seized with a panic, my mother, to make a man of me at once, sent me to —— school.
The panic excited by the squatter skunk had been another lesson.
But he had scarcely marked the paper when he started back, in a panic.
After the panic had once seized the enemy there was but little firing.
I have allowed myself to give way to panic like a child in the dark.
I came in a panic, which is still there, but in a modified degree.
A panic was surging through me; must I be brought to book by such as he?
Alice clutched Walter's arm in a panic; they were just at the driveway entrance.
Then, after a few moments, inactivity would bring him panic.
All the carriers dropped Smith's body and bolted in the panic.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PANIC
- chill to the bone
- curdle the blood
- make blood run cold
- make one's blood run cold
- make one's hair stand on end
- make teeth chatter
- scare away
- scare off
- scare the daylights out of
- scare to death
- strike terror into