noun: A person who needlessly alarms or attempts to alarm others, as by inventing or spreading false or exaggerated rumors of impending danger or catastrophe.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Just to be clear, being alarmist is not my nature nor how I write my posts.
It is already really hard to justify the huge sensitivities in alarmist forecasts based on past warming — if past warming is lower, forecasts look even more absurd.
When The Population Bomb was published in 1968, there were 3.5 billion people, and we were called alarmist -- technology could feed, house, clothe, educate, and provide great lives to even 5 billion people.
It's not fun being called an "alarmist nutball," and often we are accused of pursuing something akin to religious zealotry.
She was even called an alarmist by some, but through it all she stayed the course.