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Synonyms Dictionary

Sl. hit, Sl. hit up, Sl. touch, Sl. put the touch on, Sl. schnorren; borrow, cadge, sponge, Sl. mooch,

panhandler, n. Informal, beggar, mendicant, Inf. bum, Inf bummer, Sl. schnorrer; cadger, sponger, scrounger, parasite; loafer, idler, wastrel, good-for-nothing, ne'er-do-well,

panic, n. 1. alarm, terror, horror, fear, fright, dread, trepidation; stark horror, abject fear, scare of one's life; hysteria, mental turmoil, confusion, consternation, nervousness, jitters, Inf. whim-whams, Sl. jimjams, agitation; dismay, perturbation, inquietude; cold sweats, shakes. 2. Slang, hilarious person, joker, Inf. card, Inf. howl, laugh a minute, clown, wit. -v. 3. be alarmed, be stricken with terror, feel sudden dread or fright; overreact, Sl. push the panic button, throw up one's hands, break out in a cold sweat, run around like a chicken with its head cut off, Sl. go into a tizzy or dither.

panic-stricken, adj. alarmed, aghast, terrified, horrified, frightened, terror-stricken, horror-stricken; appalled, petrified, stupefied, stunned, knocked out, floored, overwhelmed; startled, fearful, overcome with fear; nervous, panicky, agitated, perturbed, dismayed; frozen, frozen with terror, numb, pale as a ghost, white as a sheet, shaken, shaking, shaking like an aspen, goose-pimply.

pannier, n. basket, bushel basket, fruit basket, wicker basket, wicker; dosser, backpack, pack, carrier, container, bag, saddlebag.

panoply, n. suit of mail or armor, coat of mail or armor, covering, envelopment; attire, garb, dress, array; ornamentation, decoration, adornment; display, parade, show,

panorama, n. 1. view, overall view, full view, uncluttered view, bird's-eye view, air view; vista, sight, scene, spectacle, vision.
2. cyclorama, Trademark. Cinerama, landscape, seascape, cityscape, tableau.
3. survey, overview, comprehensive view, big picture, whole picture; range, gamut, sweep, stretch, extent, full extent.

panoramic, adj. extensive, extended, far-reaching, far-ranging, wide, sweeping; all-encompassing, universal, general, all-embracing, all-inclusive; overall, bird's-eye.

pansy, n. 1. violet, viola.
2. Slang,

a. Derogatory, homosexual, homosexu-alist, homophile, sexual invert; All Sl. queen, limp-wrist, camp, three-dollar bill, Brit, ginger or ginger beer, Brit, poof or poofter; All Derog. homo, queer, faggot, fag, fruit, flit, fairy, nance, auntie,
b. effeminate, Inf. pantywaist, sissy, Sl. wimp; mollycoddle, milquetoast, milksop, mama's boy, namby-pamby, weak sister, nancy.

pant, v. 1. huff, puff, huff and puff, blow, breathe hard, suck wind; wheeze; gasp, gasp for breath, gulp; (of a locomotive) chug.
2. yearn for, long for, pine for, languish for, sigh for, wish for, ache for, Inf. have a yen for; thirst for, hunger for, burn for, lust for, be dying for, Inf hanker after; desire, desiderate, want, crave, covet, want with all one's heart, want in the worst way, set one's heart on, Sl. give one's right arm or eyeteeth for.
3. throb, beat, pulse, pulsate, palpitate, go pitapat, beat a tattoo; heave.

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4. huff, puff, breath, wind; wheeze; gasp, gulp.
5. throb, beat, pulse, pulsation, palpitation, tattoo; heave.

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