panicky[ pan-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF panicky
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PANICKY
He wondered with a panicky feeling whether he had hurt her in any way.
He had rested but a moment, when he was seized with an extraordinary "panicky" feeling.
Briscoe might get it away from me, or he might not; but I wa'n't goin' to get panicky over it.
I'm so scared that if I'm intercepted, I may get panicky, and if I do someone is likely to get hurt.
I've got some ideas I don't dare tell you about; you might get panicky and run!
They shot away with a wild plunge and a scurry of panicky hoofs.
That crowd was so panicky that it didn't have sense enough even to surrender.
The exhausted and panicky shoat began floundering in the mud.
I had steeled myself against the meeting, with a cold, panicky dread.
Let drill, discipline, and orders slide, and your men will get panicky for the want of it.