And fear is here put for the evils feared, as Proverbs 1:26,27, and oft elsewhere. Definition of panic. Or, rather 2. SIDS. fear of the unknown dread usually adds the idea of intense reluctance to face or meet a person or situation and suggests aversion as well as anxiety. Of sudden fear; for sudden and unexpected evils are most frightful and grievous. be overcome by a sudden fear; "The students panicked when told that final exams were less than a week away". Meaning of name Origin of name Names meaning Names starting with Names of origin. Plural of Singular of Past tense of Present tense of Verb for Adjective for Adverb for Noun for.

faced the meeting with dread fright implies the shock of sudden, startling fear.

sudden death.

an overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety. fear is the most general term and implies anxiety and usually loss of courage.

The desolation of the wicked; either, 1.

n. 1 (in sports, etc.) 2 an unexpected or quick death.

sudden fear. an extra game or contest to decide the winner of a tied competition. Use * for blank spaces Advanced Search. cause sudden fear in or fill with sudden panic; "The mere thought of an isolation cell panicked the prisoners".

n a technical term for → cot death (Abbrev.) sudden fear definition in the English Cobuild dictionary for learners, sudden fear meaning explained, see also 'sudden death',all of a sudden',suddenly',suddenness', English vocabulary

Actively, which they bring upon thee. Use * for blank tiles (max 2) Advanced Search Advanced Search. sudden infant death syndrome.