Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Aroused to vigilance; excited by fear of approaching danger; agitated; disturbed

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of alarm.
  • adjective Having an alarm fitted.
  • adjective Worried; anxious; panicky.

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  • adjective experiencing a sudden sense of danger

Etymologies

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Examples

  • His expression alarmed me, but also provoked my curiosity.

    The Last Great Dance on Earth

  • His expression alarmed me, but also provoked my curiosity.

    The Last Great Dance on Earth

  • The title alarmed a number of peace activists who were worried that Gregory, a research analyst at the

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • I think what has your daughter so alarmed is the recent spate of violent crime in the northern Baja corridor (Tijuana to San Quintin) that was directed at tourists.

    California Crossings

  • Looking at John, something fixed and distant in his expression alarmed him.

    A Haunted House, and other short stories

  • And his name alarmed the medium exceedingly, that she commenced to cry, and also all her acquaintances were very much excited.

    Secret Enemies of True Republicanism

  • After a short period the friend who had presented Captain --, alarmed for my safety, and actuated by a liberal wish to defend me from the artifice of his associate, waited on my mother, and, after some hesitation, informed her that my lover was already married! that he had a young and amiable wife in a sister kingdom, and that he apprehended some diabolical stratagem for the enthralment of my honour.

    Memoirs of Mary Robinson

  • Fred Gunter, owner of Exkursion, said the call alarmed him and his wife, because they still are jittery about the fire 11 years ago.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • I didn’t mean to scare you, he said, his eyes studying her, his expression alarmed.

    The First Evil

  • I didn’t mean to scare you, he said, his eyes studying her, his expression alarmed.

    The First Evil

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