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1. fear, alarm, horror, terror, anxiety, dismay, hysteria, fright, agitation, consternation, trepidation, a flap (informal) The earthquake has caused panic among the population.
Panic comes to us from French panique, which in turn derives from Greek panikos, meaning literally "of Pan." Pan is the pipe-playing, nymph-chasing Greek god of fertility, pastures, flocks, and shepherds. (His name is a Doric contraction of paon, meaning "pasturer.").
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Some common synonyms of panic are alarm, dread, fear, fright, terror, and trepidation. While all these words mean "painful agitation in the presence or anticipation of danger," panic implies unreasoning and overmastering fear causing hysterical activity. the news caused widespread panic In what contexts can alarm take the place of panic?
Panic attacks are intense periods of fear or feelings of doom developing over a very short time frame -- up to 10 minutes -- and associated with at least four of the following.
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a state of panic Panic spread through the crowd as the bullets started to fly. Carmel was in a panic about her exam. He got in (to) a panic that he would forget his lines on stage.