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panic1 British & World English

Sudden uncontrollable fear or anxiety, often causing wildly unthinking behaviour

panic2 British & World English

A cereal and fodder grass of a group including millet

panic English Thesaurus

she felt a wave of panic

moral panic British & World English

An instance of public anxiety or alarm in response to a problem regarded as threatening the moral standards of society

panic room British & World English

A secret room in a house or other building that is designed to be invulnerable to attack or intrusion

panic attack British & World English

A sudden overwhelming feeling of acute and disabling anxiety

panic button British & World English

A button for summoning help in an emergency

panic buying British & World English

The action of buying large quantities of a particular product or commodity due to sudden fears of a forthcoming shortage or price rise

panic-monger British & World English

A person who fosters a panic

panic stations British & World English

A state of alarm or emergency

panic disorder British & World English

A psychiatric disorder in which debilitating anxiety and fear arise frequently and without reasonable cause

panic-stricken British & World English

Affected with panic; very frightened

press the panic button British & World English

Respond to a situation by panicking or taking emergency measures

panic someone into in panic1 British & World English

Drive someone through panic into (hasty action)

panic stations in panic1 British & World English

A state of alarm or emergency

panic British & World English

A cereal and fodder grass of a group including millet

panic grass in panic2 British & World English

A cereal and fodder grass of a group including millet

panic-struck in panic-stricken British & World English

Affected with panic; very frightened

press the panic button in panic button British & World English

Respond to a situation by panicking or taking emergency measures

press or push or hit the panic button in panic button British & World English

Respond to a situation by panicking or taking emergency measures