Definition of Panics
1. Noun. (plural of panic) ¹
2. Verb. (third-person singular of panic) ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Panics
1. panic [v] - See also: panic
Lexicographical Neighbors of Panics
Literary usage of Panics
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Industrial Depressions: Their Causes Analysed and Classified with a by George Huntington Hull (1911)
"They are independent of panics and come whether panics occur or not. ... DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE CAUSES AND CONDITIONS OF panics AND DEPRESSIONS Panic is ..."
2. The Wall Street Point of View by Henry Clews (1900)
"The causes which usually give origin to panics described. ... In this I stated the conditions which underlie panics, and the deductions were unhappily ..."
3. Wheat Fields and Markets of the World by Rollin Edson Smith (1908)
"IT 1s inevitable that panics or general business depression should make it difficult ... But the panics of 1893 and 1907, and the money scare of 1896 were ..."
4. Twenty-eight Years in Wall Street by Henry Clews (1888)
"WE ARE STILL A NATION OF PIONEERS —THE QUESTION OF panics PECULIARLY AMERICAN. ... In the United States, panics arise, principally, from causes from which ..."
5. Economics for Executives: A Series of Study-units and an Accompanying by George Evan Roberts (1922)
"In short, crises may be prevented from degenerating into panics by methods which are ... A special and separate consideration of panics is undertaken in the ..."
6. A Rational Banking System: A Comprehensive Study of the Advantages of the by Homer Mark Philip Eckardt (1911)
"I have already referred briefly in the introductory chapter to the panics of 1893 and 1907. On both occasions cash payments were suspended quite generally ..."
7. Essays Chiefly on Questions of Church and State: From 1850 to 1870 by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley (1884)
"The memory panics. of the scholar leaps back to the earliest on record, ... He might correct himself still further by recalling the various panics through ..."