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She felt a moment of sheer panic.
Panic spread quickly through the capital city.
People are fleeing the area in panic.
She gets in a panic whenever she has to take a test.
News of the incident caused a panic in the town.
This is the American English definition of panic. View British English definition of panic.
a curved area at one end of a church