panic whenA crash is a moment of panic when events are out of control and outlandish predictions become thinkable.
panic attackIt was another panic attack.
panic attacksEpilepsy mistaken for panic attacks in an adolescent girl
moral panicSocieties appear subject, every now and then, to periods of moral panic.
sense of panicHe was her problem, and an irrational sense of panic was setting in.
panic buyingThey'll end up with panic buying and stockpiling and blackmarket trading.
moment of panicHe experienced a short moment of panic.
cause panicSo complete darkness can cause panic.
panic becauseI don't see any particular reason to panic because what we knew had to happen is now beginning to happen.
panic amongIt caused panic among the people and a big noise but no casualties.’
feel panicIn the past she had only to think of being in an enclosed space and she would feel panic rising within her.
panic reactionIt was so obviously a panic reaction that it fooled nobody.
total panicI admit, I was quaking with fright and this had its usual effect on Old Shallot: weak legs, wobbly belly, heaving chest and total panic.
panic sweptSuddenly a wave of total panic swept across her like nausea and she had to resist the urge to dash from the car and hide herself among the trees.
moments of panicWe compare minor skin abrasions, and tell and retell our experiences until those brief moments of panic begin to assume the glow of adventure.