Example sentences for: panics

How can you use “panics” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • As the list suggests, the United States was not only subject to panics but also unusually crisis-prone compared with other advanced countries during the very years that it was establishing its economic and technological dominance.

  • It spooked the market because Greenspan mentioned the reality of market panics, and because he linked "Dutch tulip bulbs" with "Russian equities."

  • Like the Panic of 1873--or the similar panics of 1893; 1907; 1920; and 1931, that mother of all bank runs (which, much more than the 1929 stock crash, caused the Great Depression)--it can spread to engulf the whole economy.

  • The two most striking things about financial panics, at least in the modern economic world, are that they happen more often than one would expect in a normal (bell-curve-shaped) distribution of events, and that when they happen, they tend to spread rather than remain localized.

  • Mojo-less, Austin panics when the opportunity comes to shag CIA agent Felicity Shagwell (Heather Graham); mojo-laden, Dr. Evil leaps into bed with his heretofore lesbian henchwoman Frau Farbissina (Mindy Sterling) but, post-coitus, cannot maintain a guiltless hedonism: "It got weird, didn't it?"


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