- panic + -k- + -ed – the -k- is so that the ‘c’ is pronounced as a /k/ (hard ‘c’), rather than as an /s/ (soft ‘c’). (Wiktionary)
“Whatever she saw in his expression panicked her and in less than a blink, she was average height with short red hair and dark brown eyes.”
“She kept seeing her mothers face looking down at her, her expression panicked.”
“That's why Burke, while not panicked, is certainly concerned.”
“But instead, we sit in panicked silence, each of us probably formulating a plan as to how we will get out of this or really, if in fact this will be the end of us.”
“We have had wardens who have "panicked" -- not necessarily "panicked" in the sense of panic, but, in the actual moment of the incident, they have rather lost their heads.”
“He drove to the building after seeing plane and smoke from the crash, put his ladders up to the building -- and when he saw that the people at the window were 'panicked' -- climbed into the building, and helped get five people out.”
“People call panicked because they've got gaping cracks in their walls, tile breaking, grout popping and they don't know what to do.”
“She shook her head, her expression growing panicked.”
“As the plane approaches the Atlantic Ocean, the crew start conversing in short, panicked questions.”
“Last week, negotiations that some officials described as panicked reached an agreement not to bar any of the nine winning candidates.”
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