I had, however, the less diffidence in that it would have a technical interest for her, being indeed no other than a song of cycling a deux which had been suggested by one of those alarmist
danger-posts always placed at the top of the pleasantest hills, sternly warning the cyclist that "this hill is dangerous,"--just as in life there is always some minatory notice-board frowning upon us in the direction we most desire to take.
However, I don't want to depress you and play the alarmist
so soon after your return to London.
The far-famed secret agent [delta] of the late Baron Stott-Wartenheim's alarmist
despatches was not the man to break into such mysteries.
I decided that he was an alarmist
. As for myself, I was content to remain and watch the fun.
The other day I read in some paper or other an alarmist
article on the tireless activity of the revolutionary parties.
"Come with me to Aldershot next week, and I will show you that those who say that we have no army are ignorant alarmists
. The Secretary for War shall show you our new scheme for defensive forces.
claims, polar bear populations are thriving there, too.
The National Institute for the Environment's alarmist
For much of the past decade, the AGW alarmist
lobby was in denial of the hiatus.
Every day, we are treated to alarmist
headlines which claim most refugees are only in this country to steal our jobs and get mixed up in organised crime.
Happer's cautious testimony was at odds with Gore's alarmist
Among other things, it is the cause (directly or indirectly) of terrorism, war, and conflict worldwide, the alarmist