[pan-i-kuh l] /ˈpæn ɪ kəl/
a compound raceme.
any loose, diversely branching flower cluster.
a compound raceme, occurring esp in grasses
any branched inflorescence
A branched indeterminate inflorescence in which the branches are racemes, so that each flower has its own stalk (called a pedicel) attached to the branch. Oats and sorghum have panicles. See illustration at inflorescence.
/ˈpænɪkˌmʌŋɡə/ noun 1. a person who spreads panic
- Panic room
noun 1. a secure room with a separate telephone line within a house, to which a person can flee if someone breaks in noun a room in a building that is set up to be safe from intrusion or attack and usu. has communications equipment, food, water, etc.; also called safe room Examples A panic […]
- Panic stations
plural noun 1. (informal) a state of alarm; panicky reaction: when he realized he’d lost the keys it was panic stations
[pan-ik-strik-uh n] /ˈpæn ɪkˌstrɪk ən/ adjective 1. overcome with, characterized by, or resulting from fear, panic, or the like: panic-stricken parents looking for their child; a panic-stricken phone call. adjective 1. affected by panic