"alarmed at" or "alarmed about"?

Prepositions after "alarmed"

Is it usefull? (5 / 2 votes)

In 68% of cases alarmed at is used

Alarmed at this phone call, Mr.

He was alarmed at the state of him.

We are alarmed at the food shortages.

My DH finally, alarmed at the effect on our budget said no more and he stopped going.

I became alarmed at the number of 14 &; 15 year old girls that were becoming pregnant.

I am alarmed at what I have seen over the last few months and I am not easily alarmed.

Older New Zealanders, shaped by the Depression and war, seemed bewildered and alarmed at their children's reaction.

Alarmed at the popularity of Imam Sadiq, al Mansur wanted to discredit him by showing that his knowledge was limited.

My experience and battles within a mainline denomination caused me to be alarmed at some of the things I was hearing.

She is alarmed at the targeted persecution of Muslims in Malaysia by the state and its agencies in the name of Islam.

In 21% of cases alarmed about is used

That is nothing to be alarmed about.

Advice: This is nothing to be alarmed about.

Anyway, there is nothing to be alarmed about.

They accept acts of violence from the male partners as nothing to be alarmed about.

Today people tend to get alarmed about threats to them personally, or their children.

That's still only a handful of attacks; nothing to get alarmed about you might think.

Why is this only a ' slight ' miscalculation in sensitivity now? The world is supposed to get alarmed about a 0.

Many GPs become alarmed about NHS treatment because they regularly see how much their own their patients suffer.

You would think the Huffington Post or Political Home, or bloggers like Guido Fawkes, might be alarmed about this.

A difficulty with these provisions is that their use can convey a signal that the body is alarmed about the request.

In 5% of cases alarmed by is used

We are very alarmed by this development.

Actually I am more alarmed by something else.

You shouldn't be too alarmed by this condition.

Ministers are thought to be growing alarmed by its failings and are poised to intervene.

The creeping charlie, a lerftover from the summer planting, looks alarmed by the temperature.

When I was in Africa last summer, I was quite alarmed by the level of anxiety I heard from leaders.

The Russians, probably no less alarmed by the conspiracy theories than anyone else, were careful to do nothing to raise tensions.

I wonder if at least part of Roberts ' motives were that he is becoming alarmed by Scalia's increasingly shrill partisan rhetoric.

French employees seem the most alarmed by the whole issue, with 71 per cent of them expressing concerns about the consumerization of IT trend overall.

I was quite alarmed by that fact, because when an actor wants a certain director and the director doesn't want the job, everybody becomes terribly insecure.

In 4% of cases alarmed with is used

Tory leaders were alarmed with the government.

Critical reading -- don't be alarmed with the name.

Our facilities are alarmed with CCTV Security cameras and staff are onsite 24 hours a day.

More and more people are becoming alarmed with the electric bills that they get every month.

Why? About seven years ago, I became alarmed with the amount of disease that was rising in America.

If you don't know about light pollution of this colour you could be really alarmed with a sky like that.

Raising both a girl and a boy, I have been alarmed with the differences in toys, clothes, movies, videos,.

Alarmed with what is happening, the gods in swargaloka decided to ask Lord Shiva to help them get rid of the demon.

Ahmad Shah Durrani got alarmed with this success of Marathas and started planning to recapture his lost territories.

Amante and Alvira was alarmed with Gary's presence since they have filed a restraining order for Gary not to get near them.

In 1% of cases alarmed for is used

The boy looked alarmed for a moment and then Teddy laughed and ruffled his hair.

Regrettably, politicians / Councillors are so busy passing the buck that I remain alarmed for child safety unless there is a radical change.

I felt rather alarmed for the safety of the teacher, and rushing into the darkened room, called out for the boys to instantly stop and be quiet.