Definition of Consternations
1. consternation [n] - See also: consternation
Lexicographical Neighbors of Consternations
Literary usage of Consternations
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Irenicum: Or Pacificator: Being a Reconciler as to Church Differences by Edward Stillingfleet (1842)
"But we see hence, how far such tremblings and consternations of body and mind are from a true, sober, prophetic spirit; and how those Christians who lived ..."
2. The Anatomy of Melancholy: What it Is, with All the Kinds, Causes, Symptoms by Robert Burton (1847)
"... 1553, the like happened by the same mischief, all 'heir grass and fruits were devoured, magna incolarum admiration? et consternations l>as ..."
3. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1854)
"J The consternations of the Germans, after the battle of Strasburg, encouraged him to the first attempt; and the reluctance of the troops soon yielded to ..."
4. Daniel Defoe: His Life and Recently Discovered Writings: Extending from 1716 by Lee, William, Daniel Defoe (1869)
"... Handicrafts and Manufactures, the peaceable labouring Poor; I say, what have they to do in these Cases ? They suffer by the Alarms, consternations, ..."