[ UK /ɐlˈɑːmd/ ]
[ US /əˈɫɑɹmd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. experiencing a sudden sense of danger
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How To Use alarmed In A Sentence

  • The breaking of a branch under my foot alarmed the deer.
  • Yes, the gearbox was a bit saggy and I was alarmed at how much pressure the brake pedal needed to do an emergency stop, but other than this, all was well.
  • CAMBODIA - Cambodia is alarmed at the illegal import of pigs from the neighboring country of Viet Nam. ThePigSite - Global Pig Industry News Feeds
  • But alarmed experts have warned of the dangers. The Sun
  • Journalists alarmed by the directions of both the profession and journalism education said the initiative comes at an opportune time.
  • She bit her lip in confusion, alarmed at the wash of warmth in her body.
  • Mum sounded very alarmed and distressed and told me to lock the doors. The Sun
  • She was alarmed to hear a very obvious lack of conviction in her voice, though.
  • But others, founding their assertions upon more plausible reasoning, say that the petty Mussulman kings, who were the neighbours or tributaries of Benabad, justly alarmed at his alliance with a {93} Christian king, solicited the support of the Almoravide. History of the Moors of Spain
  • That alarmed the conservationists while failing to satisfy the engineers.
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