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Synonyms for consternate

to deprive of courage or the power to act as a result of fear, anxiety, or disgust

Words related to consternate

fill with anxiety, dread, dismay, or confusion

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When another peace deal was inked with Baitullah Mehsud in Mehsud tribe dominated part of SWA in 2005, it consternated USA.
I got consternated looks from them, and quite honestly I do not remember one single young person replying with the immediate confidence that reveals a stable inner life.
I as his junior, and all of the lawyers representing the Attorney General for British Columbia, were consternated by this and looked at each other with a wild surmise--a "what's going on here?
his classroom of consternated yet attentive students as "embryonic
With the aghast look, consternated skivvy') is strangely echoed in the posture of May, the pacing figure in Footfalls" (238); "Beckett .
The raging water consternated the dogs, who knew they had to cross the creek the next day, but luckily most of the water drained away by morning.
When Melanie looks quietly consternated at such talk - she entirely lacks mystical velleities - he swiftly changes to another hobbyhorse, philosophy.
Ross observes that when the 'mumblings of the consternated cows' are compared with Latinus 'the comic is dangerously close to the surface'.
Irrespective of its stance taken, fall of America's proteges in Tunisia and in Egypt in a space of one month has consternated the Americans.