alarm - Englisch
v. scare, terrify; frighten, intimidate
n. alarm, alert; anxiety, concern, fear
‘Why, this is Friday,’ she replied, alarmed by the Frenchman’s violence.
‘How could you have had the nerve?’ said La Zambinella, gazing at the dead reptile with visible alarm.
“I am afraid I do not know one,” said Alice, rather alarmed by the proposal.
Scrooge was very much alarmed to hear the spectre continuing in this tone, and all his limbs began to tremble.
She was a bit alarmed.
The idea being an alarming one, he jumped out of bed, and groped his way to the window.
What an immense relief to find this was a false alarm! Their joy, their gratitude, and their enthusiasm – all this cannot be described!
"Ah," she cried in alarm, "I have been betrayed! I have been carried away, and have fallen into the power of a merchant. I would rather die!"
"It's already seven o'clock," he told himself at the latest striking of the alarm clock, "already seven o'clock and still such a fog."
"The rat always went up the rope of the alarm bell?"
1. warning: tocsin, caution, notice, alert
2. apprehension: horror, dread, dismay, fear, fright, trepidation, terror
3. alarum: horn, alert, call, siren, summons
4. frighten: dismay, appall, panic, scare, shock, startle, terrify