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Synonyms for alarm

Synonyms for alarm

great agitation and anxiety caused by the expectation or the realization of danger

a signal that warns of imminent danger

to notify (someone) of imminent danger or risk

Synonyms for alarm

fear resulting from the awareness of danger

a device that signals the occurrence of some undesirable event

a clock that wakes a sleeper at some preset time

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fill with apprehension or alarm

warn or arouse to a sense of danger or call to a state of preparedness

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The old gentleman was looking at him now in unconcealed alarm. Lizabetha Prokofievna wrung her hands.
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The researchers found that a sleeping child is about three times more likely to be awakened by one of the three voice alarms with a mother's voice than by the tone alarm.
Guardian alarms are available for both beds and wheelchairs to monitor incontinence in users.
In my neighbor's apartment building, all of the smoke alarms are directly wired to the electrical system, eliminating the need for batteries.
Count the alarms In most cases, one alarm isn't enough.
One of the challenges is the overwhelming amount of alarms generated by BAS every day.
Researchers from Harlem Hospital Center embarked on a quality improvement project with the main aim of improving response time to alarms by reducing alarm frequency.
In 2010, the London Fire Brigade found six out of 10 fire/smoke deaths were in homes without alarms. And Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service attributes 70 deaths a year to alarms which don't function, often due to flat batteries.
Although this level of monitor sensitivity can be beneficial, monitor alarms may not be appropriately set to recognize individual patient needs.
The district level is responsible for the 4th and 5th alarms. It is the District Fire Marshal's responsibility to assess the situation and decide if the alarm should be raised to Task Force.
Figures show there were 143 accidental dwelling fires across the 12 months and some 49 incidents were at properties without alarms.