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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishalarmista‧larm‧ist /əˈlɑːmɪst $ -ɑːr-/ adjective  WORRIEDmaking people feel worried about dangers that do not really exist alarmist reports of health risks
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alarmistThe ambassador dismissed these views as excessively alarmist.Some say such fears are alarmist.I do not wish to be alarmist, but the situation in the region is worse than it has been in many months.It is, of course, difficult as yet to say whether or not these fears are unduly alarmist or exaggerated or even groundless.alarmist propagandaThere has been a lot of alarmist publicity about genetically modified foods.So why all the alarmist publicity?The alarmist tone further illustrates that even in exile, Salinas remains a potent political force here.
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