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  • 1sudden terror — index fright Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2Sudden Death (film) — Infobox Film name = Sudden Death director = Peter Hyams producer = Howard Baldwin Moshe Diamant writer = Karen Elise Baldwin (story) Gene Quintano (screenplay) starring = Jean Claude Van Damme Powers Boothe Raymond J. Barry Whittni Wright Ross… …

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  • 3terror — terrorful, adj. terrorless, adj. /ter euhr/, n. 1. intense, sharp, overmastering fear: to be frantic with terror. 2. an instance or cause of intense fear or anxiety; quality of causing terror: to be a terror to evildoers. 3. any period of… …

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  • 4sudden passion — Characteristically .of sudden development. In the definition of manslaughter as homicide committed without premeditation but under the influence of sudden passion, the words mean any intense and vehement emotional excitement of the kind prompting …

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  • 5plague of terror — sudden burst of fear, attack of horror …

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  • 6night terror — noun an emotional episode (usually in young children) in which the person awakens in terror with feelings of anxiety and fear but is unable to remember any incident that might have provoked those feelings • Hypernyms: ↑drama, ↑dramatic event * *… …

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  • 7War on Terror — This article is about the international military campaign. For the board game, see War on Terror (game). War on Terror …

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  • 8night terror — noun Date: 1896 a sudden awakening in dazed terror that occurs in children during slow wave sleep, is often preceded by a sudden shrill cry uttered in sleep, and is not remembered when the child awakes usually used in plural …

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  • 9night terror — night ter·ror ter ər n a sudden awakening in dazed terror that occurs in children during slow wave sleep, is often preceded by a sudden shrill cry uttered in sleep, and is not remembered when the child awakes usu. used in pl. called also pavor… …

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  • 10night terror — Psychiatry. a sudden feeling of extreme fear that awakens a sleeping person, usually during slow wave sleep, and is not associated with a dream or nightmare. Also called sleep terror disorder. [1895 1900] * * * …

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  • 11night terror — night′ ter ror n. psi a sudden feeling of extreme fear that awakens a sleeping person and is not associated with a dream • Etymology: 1895–1900 …

    From formal English to slang

  • 12Altus Mortem — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Altus Mortem Información personal Nacimiento 2002 Origen Santiago, República Dominicana …

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  • 13fright — /fruyt/, n. 1. sudden and extreme fear; a sudden terror. 2. a person or thing of shocking, grotesque, or ridiculous appearance. v.t. 3. to frighten. [bef 900; ME; OE frytu, fyrhto; akin to G Furcht] Syn. 1. dismay, consternation, alarm. See… …

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  • 14strike — v. & n. v. (past struck; past part. struck or archaic stricken) 1 a tr. subject to an impact. b tr. deliver (a blow) or inflict a blow on. 2 tr. come or bring sharply into contact with (the ship struck a rock). 3 tr. propel or divert with a blow… …

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  • 15Marcy Walker — Born November 26, 1961 (1961 11 26) (age 49) Paducah, Kentucky Spouse Stephen Ferris (1983) Billy Warlock (1985–1987) Stephan Collins (1990–1991) Robert Primrose (1997–1999) Doug Smith (1999–present) Marcy Lynn Walker (born November 26,… …

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  • 16fright — fraɪt n. sudden fear, sudden terror; horror, something scary or frightening …

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  • 17frights — fraɪt n. sudden fear, sudden terror; horror, something scary or frightening …

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  • 18fright — /fraɪt / (say fruyt) noun 1. sudden and extreme fear; a sudden terror. 2. a person or thing of shocking, grotesque, or ridiculous appearance: *She could only have looked a fright, her hair in disarray, her bonnet dangling by its strings from her… …

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  • 19schrik — ˈskrik noun ( s) Etymology: Afrikaans skrik, from Dutch schrik, from schrikken to be frightened, from Middle Dutch schricken to be frightened, stride; akin to Old High German scricken to jump, Middle High German scherzen to leap for joy more at… …

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  • 20Dahak — For the figure in Persian and Zoroastrian mythology, see Zahhak. For the starship in the David Weber s Dahak trilogy, see Empire From The Ashes. Dahak Gabrielle in Dahak s grasp …

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