alarm

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  • Info ALARM (Air Launched Anti-Radiation Missile) was a British anti-radiation missile designed primarily to destroy enemy radars for the purpose of Suppression of Enemy Air Defense (SEAD). more...
  • The fire went to five alarms and took six days to bring under control.
  • He tries to start the alarm again, but he cannot find the key.
  • His friends were really alarmed, and his doctor ordered three months rest.
  • After a few weeks without hearing from him his friends became alarmed.
  • Other heads of houses and others in authority joined in the alarm.
  • But he began to lose his health, and this alarmed all of his friends.
  • After that she alarms the police by running into a police department.
  • This alarmed the church and their leaders asked the government for help.
  • The user can also set alarms to remember to record their daily video.
  • Fire protection was provided from the beginning by a complete system of fire alarms.
  • A single alarm for one department may be a second alarm for another.
  • That application can, for example, sound different alarms based on the information received.
  • It uses an operating system service that sets an alarm, running off the real-time clock.
  • The president stated later that he decided to continue the lesson rather than alarm the students.
  • Two alarms are required; one placed in the engine room and other on the bridge.
  • I wish she may not there have alarms of a different nature. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 6, ed. by Lipscomb and Bergh
  • Short-range calls, long-range calls, and alarm calls are also used.
  • This makes them excellent watch dogs because they will sound the alarm when anyone gets near.
  • The tower also long served as an alarm for the fire brigade.
  • It was announced that Sound the Alarm was part one of a three part concept.
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Meaning of alarm

  • noun Fear resulting from the awareness of danger
  • noun A device that signals the occurrence of some undesirable event
  • noun An automatic signal (usually a sound) warning of danger
  • verb Warn or arouse to a sense of danger or call to a state of preparedness
    The empty house alarmed him, We alerted the new neighbors to the high rate of burglaries