Example sentences for: alarmist

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

  • Professional trade alarmist Alan Tonelson gave a particularly clear statement of the new fears in his New York Times review of The Big Ten: The Big Emerging Markets and How They Will Change Our Lives , a book by former Commerce Undersecretary Jeffrey Garten.

  • "Like the Titanic, Asia seems to be sinking inexorably into crisis," its alarmist editorial continued.

  • Despite this mildly alarmist tone, the NYT is quick to remind us that "There is nothing inherently sinister about a unified Germany."

  • I'm bothered that Cook uses the old leftist trick of praising her subject's visionary radicalism, and then condemning as alarmist fabricators those who recognize but don't like it.

  • The cover editorial--headlined, of course, "Hello, Dolly"--rejects alarmist The Boys From Brazil theories about cloning, declaring that "careful application of biotechnology" can be enormously beneficial: "The fact that new technologies feel scary or strange should not be enough to rule them out."


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