panicky


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Synonyms for panicky

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Synonyms for panicky

thrown into a state of intense fear or desperation

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Joyce (Alison Steadman) is panicky that she won't get home in time for her granddaughter's first Christmas and Joyce and Maureen accidentally overmedicate Carol.
Long |Susan (MyAnna Buring) is panicky in case Reid wakes from his coma and reveals the truth about who shot him, while Drake (Jerome Flynn), right, fears for his friend
No wonder voters have greeted their panicky promises to spend, spend, spend with more than a little scepticism.
People got panicky after reports of harassment of NRI passengers carrying excess gold at Indian
For now, the panicky reaction coming from the Municipality of Centar shows that the blow is painful and that at the end, the municipal workers will be blamed.
Since in the panicky situation we could not take their contact details, we would like to reach them through your newspaper and express our sincere and great gratitude to both of them and the shop staff.
Carra said: "After the first few games there were questions, but the manager never gets fazed or looks panicky.
Aware of this the North is now in a frenzy of panicky reaction.
They had been cut off on the sands as the tides changed leaving them isolated and panicky.
Of course we were getting fairly panicky about that.
Are any shares a safe investment in these panicky times?
A strong earthquake has struck the Colombian capital, killing at least seven people and sending thousands of panicky residents into Bogota's streets.
MY WEEK Punting high Taking the 6-1 when Nadover won at Chepstow Punting low Giving back half my winnings with a panicky in-running bail-out Looking forward to landing a 25-1 punt when Moon Over Miami wins the Arkle.
I cry easily and feel panicky about the smallest thing.
The film contains scenes designed to jolt viewers or make the timid cover their eyes: black-gloved hands that shoot up and grab a victim; Christy home alone and searching for an intruder in a darkened house; a panicky victim fumbling with her car keys as she tries to get away from the approaching killer.