The reading library includes such titles as The Bush Agenda and Behind the War on terror.
Oddly enough, it was initially conceived as a weapon for the Global War on terror.
We left Reign of terror in such a good place—you know we started making that record in such a dark place, especially for Derek.
Finally, without an Act of terror designation, those wounded in defense of our nation will not receive a Purple Heart.
The improbable and blood-stained scoundrel Joseph Fouché brought down Robespierre and the Reign of terror in 1794.
The terror scoured the surrounding country for a week after that, but nothing was seen of the bandits.
terror and anguish coursed furiously in her body unable to find an issue.
Meantime in Paris the feet of the people were at the threshold of the terror.
terror had destroyed her mind; and it was a mercy, so charmed did she appear with the beauty of the morning.
And this, too, when public feeling was running very high in Paris and the Reign of terror only five years off.
late 14c., "great fear," from Old French terreur (14c.), from Latin terrorem (nominative terror) "great fear, dread," from terrere "fill with fear, frighten," from PIE root *tre- "shake" (see terrible). Meaning "quality of causing dread" is attested from 1520s; terror bombing first recorded 1941, with reference to German air attack on Rotterdam. Sense of "a person fancied as a source of terror" (often with deliberate exaggeration, as of a naughty child) is recorded from 1883. The Reign of Terror in French history (March 1793-July 1794) so called in English from 1801. Old English words for "terror" included broga and egesa.