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  • n. One who panics.


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panic +‎ -k- +‎ -er


  • It made a prime minister with a previous reputation as an unflappable charmer look like a panicker who would sacrifice his friends to try to save his own skin.

    Reshuffle in haste, Mr Cameron, and you will repent at leisure | Andrew Rawnsley

  • He is not a panicker and has tried not to overdo the strain on his players as they look to respond to a rare and embarrassing hiccup.

    World Cup 2010: Pass-masters Spain missing Marcos Senna

  • I am a recovering panicker who was in favor of TARP I at the time.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » A Failure of Nerve

  • I wouldn't have put Hillary Clinton down as a panicker, either. | Blogs

  • I normally only canter in company just because of the safety aspect she is very sharp and spooks easily, I know she is a panicker as I dismounted once and the man who was holding her let her go by accident and she bolted for home.


  • The paper said the series had four other lessons: Australia have no great bowlers; the lack of high-class bowling is impacting on Ricky Ponting's captaincy, who is now a 'potential panicker'; the coaching ranks lack inspiration; and the bookies watched with interest.

    India eNews


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