Definition of Alarmists

1. Noun. (plural of alarmist) ¹



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Definition of Alarmists

1. alarmist [n] - See also: alarmist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Alarmists

alarm substance
alarm system
alarm systems
alarmable
alarmclock
alarmed
alarmedly
alarmer
alarmers
alarming
alarmingly
alarmingness
alarmism
alarmisms
alarmist
alarmists (current term)
alarmone
alarms
alars
alarsite
alarum
alarumed
alaruming
alarums
alarums and excursions
alary
alaryngeal
alaryngeal speech
alas
alaskas

Literary usage of Alarmists

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1. Anecdote Lives of Wits and Humourists by John Timbs (1872)
"The alarmists will hear this with new apprehensions; they will no doubt return to us with a view to diminish our force, and encounter us wil.h their ..."

2. Considerations on the Causes Objects and Consequences of the Present War by William Roscoe (1808)
"... sequences which these alarmists can contemplate only from a state of peace. If reasons like those that have been alleged for the continuance of the war, ..."

3. Manual of Political Ethics: Designed Chiefly for the Use of Colleges and by Francis Lieber, Theodore Dwight Woolsey (1876)
"alarmists.—Excitement and Injustice.—Rabies civica.— Calmness of Soul.—Political Fretfulness.—Great Souls are calm.—Peevishness. ..."

4. Manual of Political Ethics, Designed Chiefly for the Use of Colleges and by Francis Lieber, Theodore Dwight Woolsey (1876)
"alarmists.—Excitement and Injustice.—Rabies civica.— Calmness of Sou!.—Political Fretfulness.—Great Souls arc calm.—Peevishness. ..."

5. The Extraordinary Black Book: An Exposition of Abuses in Church and State by John Wade (1832)
"... as in courtesy bound to do, to my lords Harrowby, Wharncliffe, Wellington, Winchilsea, and those who constitute what may be termed the " alarmists. ..."

6. Memoirs of the Reign of George III to the Session of Parliament Ending A.D. 1793 by William Belsham (1801)
"Parliament convened — A Plot in Disguise. Defection of the alarmists. Mr. Fox's Motion for a Negotiation with France negatived. ..."

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