Definitions for consternationˌkɒn stərˈneɪ ʃən
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alarm, dismay, consternation(noun)
fear resulting from the awareness of danger
Amazement or horror that confounds the faculties, and incapacitates for reflection; terror, combined with amazement; dismay.
Origin: From consternatio.
amazement or horror that confounds the faculties, and incapacitates for reflection; terror, combined with amazement; dismay
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Emma Stone was chief among those who did tireless research, if any part of her fine characterization has caused consternation and controversy, I am the one to blame.
You're seeing a little bit better U.S. economic statistics than you've been seeing over the past three or four weeks. The European statistics have gotten a lot better too, so maybe a relief rally today, because the markets were down as there was a lot of consternation going around.
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- ужас, смайванеBulgarian
- Fassungslosigkeit, BestürzungGerman
- postración, abatimiento, consternaciónSpanish
- بهت و حیرتPersian
- accablement, sidération, prostration, consternationFrench
- maoimScottish Gaelic
- בִּלְבּוּל, תַּדְהֵמָה, פַּחַד, חֲרָדָהHebrew
- megdöbbenés, szörnyűlködésHungarian
- consternare, consternațieRomanian
- испуг, оцепенение, ужас, уRussian
- häpnad, bestörtningSwedish
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