Alarmist ( noun , adjective )

(As a noun)

Alarmist ( noun )

A person who frequently or excessively warns of or predicts impending danger or disaster.

Origin:

From the word "alarm" meaning to make someone or something worried or frightened.

Examples:

  1. The scientist was accused of being an alarmist about the effects of climate change.
  2. The news anchor was criticized for being an alarmist about the latest health scare.
  3. The politician was labeled an alarmist for his warning about the economic downturn.
  4. She was an alarmist who always warned of the worst-case scenario.
  5. He was an alarmist who always exaggerated the danger.

(As an adjective)

Alarmist ( adjective )

A person who frequently or excessively warns of or predicts impending danger or disaster.

Origin:

From the word "alarm" meaning to make someone or something worried or frightened.

Examples:

  1. The scientist was accused of being an alarmist about the effects of climate change.
  2. The news anchor was criticized for being an alarmist about the latest health scare.
  3. The politician was labeled an alarmist for his warning about the economic downturn.
  4. She was an alarmist who always warned of the worst-case scenario.
  5. He was an alarmist who always exaggerated the danger.
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