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Adjective: alarmed  u'laa(r)md
  1. Experiencing a sudden sense of danger
  2. Having an alarm fitted
    "This door is alarmed"
Verb: alarm  u'laa(r)m
  1. Fill with apprehension or alarm; cause to be unpleasantly surprised
    "I was alarmed at the thought of being late for my interview";
    - dismay, appal [Brit, Cdn], appall [US], horrify
  2. Warn or arouse to a sense of danger or call to a state of preparedness
    "The empty house alarmed him";
    - alert

See also: afraid, 'fraid [non-standard]

Type of: affright, fright [archaic], frighten, scare, warn

Encyclopedia: Alarmed