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Wordnet 3.0

NOUN (4)

1. an overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety;
[syn: panic, terror, affright]

2. a person who inspires fear or dread;
- Example: "he was the terror of the neighborhood"
[syn: terror, scourge, threat]

3. a very troublesome child;
[syn: terror, brat, little terror, holy terror]

4. the use of extreme fear in order to coerce people (especially for political reasons);
- Example: "he used terror to make them confess"

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3 definitions retrieved:

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Terror \Ter"ror\, n. [L. terror, akin to terrere to frighten, for tersere; akin to Gr. ? to flee away, dread, Skr. tras to tremble, to be afraid, Russ. triasti to shake: cf. F. terreur. Cf. Deter.] 1. Extreme fear; fear that agitates body and mind; violent dread; fright. [1913 Webster] Terror seized the rebel host. --Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. That which excites dread; a cause of extreme fear. [1913 Webster] Those enormous terrors of the Nile. --Prior. [1913 Webster] Rulers are not a terror to good works. --Rom. xiii. 3. [1913 Webster] There is no terror, Cassius, in your threats. --Shak. [1913 Webster] Note: Terror is used in the formation of compounds which are generally self-explaining: as, terror-fraught, terror-giving, terror-smitten, terror-stricken, terror-struck, and the like. [1913 Webster] King of terrors, death. --Job xviii. 14. Reign of Terror. (French Hist.) See in Dictionary of Noted Names in Fiction. [1913 Webster] Syn: Alarm; fright; consternation; dread; dismay. See Alarm. [1913 Webster]
WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006):

terror n 1: an overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety [syn: panic, terror, affright] 2: a person who inspires fear or dread; "he was the terror of the neighborhood" [syn: terror, scourge, threat] 3: a very troublesome child [syn: terror, brat, little terror, holy terror] 4: the use of extreme fear in order to coerce people (especially for political reasons); "he used terror to make them confess"
Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0:

116 Moby Thesaurus words for "terror": Dracula, Frankenstein, Mafioso, Wolf-man, Young Turk, abject fear, affright, alarm, anxiety, awe, beast, beldam, berserk, berserker, blue funk, bogey, bogeyman, bomber, bruiser, brute, bugaboo, bugbear, consternation, cowardice, demon, devil, dismay, dragon, dread, fear, fearfulness, fee-faw-fum, fiend, fire-eater, firebrand, fright, frightener, funk, fury, ghost, ghoul, goon, gorilla, gun, gunsel, hardnose, hatchet man, hell-raiser, hellcat, hellhound, hellion, hobgoblin, holy terror, hood, hoodlum, hooligan, horrification, horror, hothead, hotspur, incendiary, incubus, intimidation, killer, mad dog, madcap, monster, mug, mugger, muscle man, nightmare, ogre, ogress, panic, panic fear, phantom, phobia, plug-ugly, rapist, revenant, revolutionary, rodman, roughneck, savage, scare, scarebabe, scarecrow, scarer, scourge, she-wolf, shock, specter, spitfire, stampede, strong-arm man, succubus, termagant, terrorist, tiger, tigress, torpedo, tough, tough guy, trepidation, trepidity, trigger man, ugly customer, unholy dread, vampire, violent, virago, vixen, werewolf, wild beast, witch, wolf