Synonym: affright, brat, holy terror, little terror, panic, scourge, threat. Similar words: terrorism, terrorist, horror, terrain, terribly, terrific, territory, interrupt. Meaning: ['terə(r)] n. 1. an overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety 2. a person who inspires fear or dread 3. a very troublesome child.
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1) He was filled with absolute terror at the sight.
2) They fled from the city in terror.
3) He cowered in the corner, gibbering with terror.
4) Her eyes dilated with terror.
5) Her face was rigid with terror.
6) She recoiled from the gunman in terror.
7) She tried to fight down her rising terror.
8) People ran for the exits, screaming out in terror.
9) She lives in terror of losing her job.
10) People fled from the explosion in terror.
11) My elder sister has a terror of fire.
12) Her eyes were wild with terror.
13) The government rules by terror.
14) I shook with terror whenever I was about to fly in an aeroplane.
15) People fled in terror as fire tore through the building.
16) Some women have a terror of losing control in the birth process.
17) The very name of the enemy struck terror into their hearts.
18) The terror ended when armed police swooped on the car.
19) Lots of people have a terror of spiders.
20) Sue screamed, not loudly,(http://sentencedict.com/terror.html) more in surprise than terror.
21) He stood staring at the ghost, transfixed with terror.
22) The shots sent the crowd fleeing in terror.
23) My aunt can be a bit of a terror.
24) A look of terror flashed across his face.
25) Terror was stamped across her face.
26) Ellen froze with terror at the frightful sight.
27) The resistance movement started a campaign of terror .
28) Its fearsome appearance struck terror into their hearts.
29) One of the small children began to wail with terror.
30) His complex anger flamed afresh , and Ruth was in terror of him.