Meaning of 惊恐

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jīng kǒng (Trad.: 驚恐)
to be alarmed; to be frightened
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Antonyms: 安详 镇定 安定
Example Sentences
The Japanese people had fear on their faces and know one knew what was next.
I was terrified and couldn't eat properly because I thought the meat on sale was human flesh.
But I'm equally terrified of finding out that everything I know is wrong, and secretly hope that I don't.
"He experimented with smiling broadly when he met new people, " they write. "When no one reacted in horror, and in fact responded positively, he began to feel at ease with his smile.
She was disturbed with fear.