scaremongering


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scare·mon·ger

 (skâr′mŭng′gər, -mŏng′-)
n.
One who spreads frightening rumors; an alarmist.

scare′mon′ger·ing n.
Translations

scaremongering

[ˈskɛəˌmʌŋgərɪŋ] Nalarmismo m

scaremongering

[ˈskɛərmʌŋgərɪŋ] nalarmisme mscare story nrumeur f alarmistescare tactics npltactiques fpl alarmistes

scaremongering

[ˈskɛəˌmʌŋgərɪŋ] nallarmismo
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SCAREMONGERING by too many of our Members of Parliament in the North East is their stock in trade and it does little to promote the region and the wealth of talented people that they represent.
Scaremongering The fact that I don't remember Hayley asking the question about whether breast cancer was hereditary when she was young, or any response I gave, shows how unconcerned I was.
Excellent news for such a small Yorkshire town and as Prime Minister Theresa May said on her pre-election visit it was simply scaremongering among a few agitators.
Since the world has not stopped following the vote, being part of the UK is not such a bad thing, and I think that Brexit is the best thing that could have happened for us all, despite the scaremongering.
While criticising the Remain campaign for its scaremongering regarding potential financial consequences of a Brexit, it argued that the economic costs of withdrawal are substantial.
This is dishonest scaremongering of the worst type.
I don't want to do any scaremongering or do anything that offends the media or offends people's parents," Jones said.
Eddie Jones "I don't want to do any scaremongering or do anything that offends the media or offends people's parents.
The thing that any scaremongering or any criticism does, is that players do have families, friends and that network.
After Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) predicted that the UK pound would lose 20 percent of its value if it quits the EU, Steve Baker, co-chairman of Conservatives for Britain, has accused the bank of scaremongering.
The real Opposition, the union movement, are again playing politics and seeking to scare Tasmanians with dangerous and false scaremongering.
I have to tell you that this kind of scaremongering does nobody any good - it doesn't serve you, it doesn't serve the officers you represent, and it doesn't serve the public.