alarmist

[ UK /ɐlˈɑːmɪst/ ]
[ US /əˈɫɑɹməst, əˈɫɑɹmɪst/ ]
NOUN
  1. a person who alarms others needlessly
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How To Use alarmist In A Sentence

  • Alarmists usually regard the rising generation as a falling one.
  • Unfortunately, this isn't some alarmist theory.
  • This is not alarmist talk; it is a truth repeatedly borne out by history.
  • Alarmists usually regard the rising generation as a falling one.
  • Canada's alarmist post-9/11 legislation will be given another careful look coast to coast, and it's all starting here.
  • To my mind there are, on this issue, two kinds of people: alarmists and fools.
  • I follow him on Facebook, but it's all alarmist activist type stuff that just doesn't appeal to me.
  • So why all the alarmist publicity?
  • We have become alarmists practicing junk science and spreading fear of everything in our environment.
  • Those at the CIA with more alarmist views gained favor at the White House, while those who were more skeptical lost it.
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