Word "PANIC" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
sudden mass fear and anxiety over anticipated events
Synonyms:
scare
Examples:
panic in the stock market

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
an overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety
Synonyms:
affright, terror

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
be overcome by a sudden fear
Examples:
The students panicked when told that final exams were less than a week away

Crossword Clues for PANIC

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Clue Source Date
Freak out Eugene Sheffer 02 Dec 2021
Uncontrollable fear The Times Concise 09 Nov 2021
Freak out Universal 06 Nov 2021
Alarm The Telegraph Quick 26 Oct 2021
Become frantic Newsday 24 Oct 2021
Freak out Wall Street Journal 20 Sep 2021
Not keep it together USA Today 19 Sep 2021
Overreact The Telegraph Quick 18 Sep 2021
Overwhelming fear The Telegraph Quick 15 Sep 2021
Terrified reaction LA Times Daily 30 Aug 2021
Terrified reaction The Washington Post 30 Aug 2021
Lose your cool USA Today 13 Aug 2021
Freak out Universal 02 Aug 2021
Sudden alarm The Telegraph Quick 01 Aug 2021
Go to pieces; perturbation The Guardian Speedy 18 Jul 2021
Fear of pagan deity in charge The Telegraph Cryptic 17 Jun 2021
Freak out Wall Street Journal 12 Jun 2021
Goat god one about to cause fear The Sun Two Speed 28 May 2021
Lose cool The Sun Two Speed 28 May 2021
Sudden overpowering anxiety Irish Times Simplex 10 Mar 2021
Criticise current Conservative anxiety The Telegraph Cryptic 23 Feb 2021
Lose composure USA Today 09 Feb 2021
Sudden wild fear The Times Concise 01 Jan 2021
Wall Street worry Wall Street Journal 16 Dec 2020
Word before "button" or "room" Universal 07 Dec 2020
Bad pain about to cause fear The Sun Two Speed 08 Nov 2020
Selloff cause Wall Street Journal 03 Nov 2020
Irrational fear Thomas Joseph 06 Oct 2020
Hispanic dispensing with his fear The Sun Two Speed 21 Sep 2020
Alarming feeling Newsday 23 Aug 2020
___ room (ironically safe place) Universal 17 Jul 2020
Become frantic LA Times Daily 29 Jun 2020
Become frantic The Washington Post 29 Jun 2020
___ button New York Times 27 Jun 2020
Go to pieces The Washington Post 03 Apr 2020
Go to pieces LA Times Daily 03 Apr 2020
Scare Canadiana 23 Mar 2020
Freak out to local funk Irish Times Crosaire 14 Mar 2020
Extreme anxiety Universal 28 Feb 2020
Alarm The Telegraph Quick 04 Feb 2020
Terror The Telegraph Quick 31 Dec 2019
It may precede a stampede Universal 23 Dec 2019
Opposite of calm
Opposite of calm New York Times 07 Dec 2019
Uncontrollable fear The Times Concise 20 Sep 2019
High anxiety Wall Street Journal 16 Sep 2019
__ attack LA Times Daily 24 Aug 2019
__ attack The Washington Post 24 Aug 2019
Stampede stimulus Wall Street Journal 22 Aug 2019
Freak out Universal 20 Jul 2019
Freak out New York Times 07 Jul 2019
Sudden high anxiety Newsday 20 Jun 2019
Lose one's cool USA Today 15 Jun 2019
Horror movie feeling The Washington Post Sunday 09 Jun 2019
Sudden alarm The Telegraph Quick 07 Jun 2019
Pre-exam feeling, if you didn't study LA Times Daily 01 May 2019
Pre-exam feeling, if you didn't study The Washington Post 01 May 2019
Cause of a stampede USA Today 13 Apr 2019
Some music in a pub's turned up, creating alarm The Telegraph Cryptic 02 Apr 2019
Sudden terror The Guardian Speedy 10 Mar 2019
Economic crisis New York Times 31 Jan 2019
Be suddenly terrified Newsday 15 Jan 2019
Freak out
Economic crisis
Lose one's cool
Freak out
Stampede stimulus
__ attack
Pre-exam feeling, if you didn't study
High anxiety
Wild fear Thomas Joseph 31 Dec 2018
Have an anxiety attack USA Today 22 Dec 2018
Freak out USA Today 06 Dec 2018
"I can't breathe" feeling Universal 24 Nov 2018
Feeling with a deadline approaching New York Times 07 Oct 2018
Fear The Telegraph Quick 26 Aug 2018
Overwhelming fear and anxiety Irish Times Simplex 14 Aug 2018
Word before button or attack The Chronicle of Higher Education 06 Jul 2018
Lose composure Newsday 10 May 2018
Lose it in an emergency The Washington Post 23 Apr 2018
Extreme fear The Washington Post 02 Apr 2018
Extreme fear LA Times Daily 02 Apr 2018
Freak New York Times 10 Mar 2018
Lose one's cool in a big way The Washington Post 15 Feb 2018
Lose one's cool in a big way LA Times Daily 15 Feb 2018
Word before button or attack
Extreme fear
Lose it in an emergency
Lose one's cool in a big way
Have an anxiety attack
Freak out
"I can't breathe" feeling
Freak
Feeling with a deadline approaching
Uncontrollable anxiety Wall Street Journal 04 Dec 2017
Alarm caused by article about photo? On the contrary The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Nov 2017
Crash cause Wall Street Journal 26 Oct 2017
Sudden fright The Guardian Speedy 21 Oct 2017
Head to North after coming round in rising alarm The Telegraph Toughie 20 Sep 2017
Freak out The Washington Post 13 Sep 2017
Freak out LA Times Daily 13 Sep 2017
Sudden fear The Telegraph Quick 01 Sep 2017
Sudden overpowering fright Irish Times Simplex 29 Aug 2017
Sudden fright The Telegraph Quick 08 Aug 2017
Sudden strong fear Newsday 02 Aug 2017
Sudden overpowering fear Irish Times Simplex 01 Aug 2017
Pagan god in charge creates alarm The Times Cryptic 26 Jul 2017
__ button LA Times Daily 04 Jun 2017
__ button The Washington Post 04 Jun 2017
Cause of a freak-out "attack" Universal 13 May 2017
Become frantic Newsday 07 May 2017
Major alarm Premier Sunday 07 May 2017
It may cause a financial crisis LA Times Daily 20 Apr 2017
It may cause a financial crisis The Washington Post 20 Apr 2017
Contagious fear The Telegraph Quick 16 Mar 2017
Emotion causing hyperventilation New York Times 13 Mar 2017
Kind of attack New York Times 10 Mar 2017
Barrel of laughs Newsday 24 Feb 2017
Hysteria Canadiana 23 Jan 2017
Kind of attack
__ button
It may cause a financial crisis
Freak out
Cause of a freak-out "attack"
Emotion causing hyperventilation
Cause of a stampede
Extreme fright Newsday 20 Dec 2016
High anxiety Newsday 01 Dec 2016
Freak out Eugene Sheffer 10 Nov 2016
Lose it Thomas Joseph 29 Oct 2016
Uncontrollable fear The Telegraph Quick 30 Aug 2016
Widespread fear Universal 22 Jun 2016
Fast-spreading emotion LA Times Daily 19 Jun 2016
Fit of terror Wall Street Journal 15 Mar 2016
Overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety Irish Times Simplex 10 Mar 2016
Latin American hiding his anxiety The Telegraph Cryptic 17 Feb 2016
Market problem
Fast-spreading emotion
Go to pieces
Widespread fear
Flap Wall Street Journal 10 Dec 2015
Overwhelming feeling of fear Irish Times Simplex 05 Dec 2015
Sudden terror The Guardian Quick 21 Nov 2015
Lose one's head New York Times 06 Nov 2015
Alarm shown by policeman touring a part of the UK The Telegraph Toughie 05 Nov 2015
Kind of button or attack Universal 19 Oct 2015
State of overwhelming fear The Guardian Quick 10 Oct 2015
Overwhelming fear USA Today 20 Aug 2015
Hysteria The Chronicle of Higher Education 07 Aug 2015
Jittery state Wall Street Journal 24 Jul 2015
Get in a flap with one of the buttons Irish Times Crosaire 18 Jul 2015
Sell-off cause Wall Street Journal 22 Jun 2015
Overwhelming fear Irish Times Simplex 17 Mar 2015
Criticise one opening for cat flap The Times Cryptic 24 Feb 2015
Terror; alarm The Telegraph Quick 12 Jan 2015
Stark horror
Overwhelming fear
Freak out
Kind of button or attack
Laugh riot
Flap
Jittery state
Hysteria
1929 banking occurrence
Lose one's head
Become frantic
Lose one's cool
Bank run
___! at the Disco
Stampede stimulus
Button for the freaked out
Financial crisis
Pre-exam feeling, maybe
Lose one's cool
Kind of button or attack
Hilarious person
Go to pieces
Lose one's cool
Behave like Chicken Little
Go to pieces
Lose one's cool
Widespread ___
Stock market crash preceder
Hilarious person
Wall Street worry
Overpowering terror
Succumb to hysteria
Alarmist's creation
"___ Room" (2002)
Real hoot
Cause of a Wall Street sell-off
Go to pieces
Lose one's cool
Groundless fear
Utter fear
Stampede cause
Word with "button" or "room"
Go to pieces
Stock market crash feeling
Type of button
High anxiety
Chicken Little's emotion
Freak out
Chicken Little's emotion
High anxiety
Laugh riot
Sudden fright
Word before button or attack
Real hoot
Scream
"___ Room" (2002 Jodie Foster film)
Not stay cool
Barrel of laughs
Freak
Hysteria
Not stay cool
Fail to remain calm
Sudden overpowering fear
Certain button
Real hoot
Kind of attack
Banker's worry
Opposite of serenity
___! at the Disco
Button type
"What to do? What to do?" feeling
Kind of button
__ button
Become too frightened to function
Hysterical fear
Hardly a cool response
Freak
"__ Room": 2002 Jodie Foster film
Hardly a cool response
Freak
"__ Room": 2002 Jodie Foster film
Laugh a minute
Give in to anxiety
Become terrified
Word with button or room
Hysteria
"War of the Worlds" aftermath
Sudden overpowering fear
Real hoot
Reaction to a pop quiz, perhaps
"___ Room" (2002 Jodie Foster film)
Kind of attack
Type of button or room
Hardly stay cool
Kind of button
Hardly stay cool
Lose control
Kind of button
Type of button?
Hysterical mood
Kind of button
Word with attack or button
Type of button
Wall Street woe
"War of the Worlds" broadcast aftermath
Word with attack or button
Kind of button
Run scared
Have an anxiety attack
Lose one's cool
Get frantic
Wall Street scare
Lose one's cool
Word on a button
Go into a tizzy
Real riot
Flip out
Get frantic
Overwhelming fear
Hysteria
Kind of button or room
Become frantic
Lose one's head
Kind of button
Lose control
Sudden widespread financial fear, as occurred in 1-Across in 1930
Lose one's cool
Fear named for a Greek god
Act like Chicken Little
Widespread fear
Wall Street worry
Hysteria
Go to pieces
Run on a bank
Disaster-movie scene
'-- Room ('02 film)'
'-- Room ('02 film) '
Bad news for Wall Street
Emulate Chicken Little
Kind of button or attack
Wall Street scare
Very funny person?
Give in to fear
Lose one's nerve
Sudden fright
War of the Worlds outcome
Irrational fear
Wall Street scare
Rush to sell, on Wall Street
Wall Street woe
Gear tooth
Prelude to a stampede
Crash cause
Cause of a Wall Street sell-off
Sudden fear
Utter fear
Time of hysteria
Hit the button
Lose one's head
Stampede
Unreasoning fear
Unreasoning fright
Funny story
Stampede stimulus
Sudden terror
Go berserk
Hysteria
Cause of an attack
Dither
Very funny comedian
Riot of a kind
Type of button
Black Friday event: Sept. 19, 1873
Sheer fright
Wall Street disaster
Hysteria of a sort
Kind of button
Sudden fear
Widespread fear
Lose one's grip
___ button
Fright
A button to push
Verse play by MacLeish
Public scare
Hysterical fear
Very funny fellow
Wall Street event: 1929
"___ in the Streets," 1950 film
1929 occurrence
Certain button
Terror
Occurrence on "Black Friday," Sept. 19, 1873
Black Friday event
Convulse with laughter
Wall St. event of 1907
Kind of button river
Alarm
Alarm.
Stampede.
Lose one's head.
Widespread fear.
___ button.
Cause of stampedes.
Cause of a stampede.
Widespread fright.
Consternation.
Keep highly amused, in theatre jargon.
Relative of stampede.
Fear that stampedes.
Delight, as an audience: Slang.
Very humorous person: Slang.
Sheer fright.
Fright.
Terror.
Win laughter and applause from: Slang.
Herd fright.
Fodder grass.
Verse play by A. MacLeish.
Contagious fear.
Sudden widespread fear.
Keep an audience highly amused: Slang.
Part of the business cycle.
Financial or economic havoc.
Economic condition caused by inflation.
1873, 1884, 1908, 1929.
Become terrified
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