Consternation in a Sentence

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Definition of Consternation

a feeling of worry, shock, or fear - often happens when something unexpected happens

Use Consternation in a sentence

  1. I sleep in consternation not knowing where my keys are.

  2. Full of consternation at first, the boy now thinks he aced the pop quiz.

  3. Discovering a water bug crawling on the ceiling left me in consternation for hours.

  4. All it took was one pit bull attack for the girl to have a permanent consternation for dogs.

  5. The horrific nightmare filled the woman with consternation.

  6. Witnessing a gruesome car accident paralyzed the woman with consternation.

  7. Face your fears to shed the feeling of consternation.

  8. Opening up my unexpected $400 electric bill has me brimming with consternation, especially since I have no way of paying it.

  9. His sudden consternation for heights is all thanks to a hot air balloon accident he witnessed on live television.

  10. A tornado will certainly induce consternation among the entire town.

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Consternation synonyms

terror, panic, horror, alarm, fear

Consternation antonyms

calm, composure, tranquility