What is the noun for terrorise?

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  1. (countable, uncountable) Intense dread, fright, or fear.
  2. (uncountable) The action or quality of causing dread; terribleness, especially such qualities in narrative fiction.
  3. (countable) Something or someone that causes such fear.
  4. (uncountable) terrorism
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  6. Examples:
    1. “A victim of nuisance youths has described how he waits in terror for what they will do next.”
      “At nineteen, Jeremiah McAuley was a thief and the terror of the New York waterfront.”
      “In this harrowing description of the Middle Passage, Olaudah Equiano described the terror of the transatlantic slave trade.”
  1. The deliberate commission of an act of violence to create public fear through the suffering of the victims in the furtherance of a political or social agenda.
  2. The use of unlawful violence against people or property to achieve political objectives.
  3. A form of psychological manipulation through warfare to the purpose of political or religious gains, by means of deliberately creating a climate of fear amongst the inhabitants of a specific geographical region.
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  5. Examples:
    1. “A site where an act of terrorism has taken place should be treated like a crime scene.”
      “Their motivation provides a key to the distinctive nature of modern terrorism.”
      “In other words, the ending of the occupation requires the defeat of terrorism.”
  1. A person, group, or organization that uses violent action, or the threat of violent action, to further political goals.
  2. An agent or partisan of the revolutionary tribunal during the Reign of Terror in France.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “It had all the hallmarks of an attack by a terrorist.”
  1. Non-Oxford British English standard spelling of terrorizer.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Boro had to dig deep into their reserves to overcome a resolute Hednesford and yet again it was the teenage terroriser James Armson who was the scourge of the opposition.”
      “And Albrighton should have scored when Downing stood up a measured ball to the back post, but the Tamworth terroriser somehow nodded wide with the goal at his mercy.”
  1. Someone who terrorizes, who induces terror, a terror.
  2. Examples:
    1. “He punches a hole through a drum, snaps obscenities at his competition, and even assaults his terrorizer.”
      “Her written work has appeared in Revolver, Alternative Press, Terrorizer, High Times and Playgirl.”
      “Inside the Sensitive, Suffering Soul of Grendel, Terrorizer of Men.”
  1. The state or condition of being terrifying.
  1. Alternative form of terrorization
  1. The characteristic of being terrible.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “His family knew what we had gone through and wanted to avoid the terribleness of a similar graveside experience.”
      “We have to see the reason behind the coercion, to experience the terribleness in the threat, before we, too, feel its presence.”
      “It isn't rare for people suddenly to feel responsible for the terribleness of things.”
  1. One who, or that which, terrifies.
  2. Examples:
    1. “So again we ask, how can it be said that Saturn, the supreme terrifier among the planets, can be your greatest friend?”
      “Squirt taught Pippi everything he knew about wrestling, and she'd probably make a good terrifier of rodents if given a chance.”
  1. (very rare) One who is terrorized.
  1. The act of terrorizing.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “The psychological impact of such terrorization upon local communities can scarcely be imagined.”
      “They were friends, even though he annoyed her and Marian more than anything, but with the years, it changed from terrorization to teasing.”
      “It is improbable that any terrorization of the civil population which can be achieved by air attack could compel the government of a nation to surrender.”
  1. Obsolete form of terror.
  2. Examples:
    1. “He has disarmed it of its terrour at Muack, by inoculating eighty of his people.”
  1. plural of terrorization
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  3. Examples:
    1. “The Syrian army left Lebanon and the mechanisms of dominance revealed their true colors through a long series of assassinations, terrorizations, and accusations of disloyalty.”
      “These structures were not of accidental design but of the most diabolical calculations to permit the greatest amount of terrorizations upon the People once trapped inside.”
  1. plural of terrorisation
  2. Examples:
    1. “If her manner of opposing the debate was deemed objectionable, there were ways for people to disagree without resorting to lurid terrorisations.”
  1. plural of terroriser
  2. Examples:
    1. “Only the terrorisers aren't inbred hillbillies, they're teenage hoodies.”
  1. plural of terrorizer
  2. Examples:
    1. “Terror is a weapon, and if you're unduly scared, then the terrorizers have achieved at least one of their goals.”
      “For on the day that the fear of terrorism affects your actions and habits, the terrorizers have already won.”
      “With some wood chips or sawdust added for bedding, it's a very attractive home to these little mice terrorizers.”
  1. plural of terrorizee
  1. plural of terrifier
  2. Examples:
    1. “Flamingo Land has lots more terrifiers including the new vertical Velocity, the fastest launch roller-coaster of its type in the world.”
  1. plural of terrorist
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  3. Examples:
    1. “In the past, I've criticized Klansmen, neo-Nazis, and anti-abortion terrorists.”
      “Some, in fact, either inadvertently or deliberately, may have been involved in aiding and abetting the terrorists.”
      “Authorities are following up on the report and have yet to determine if the abductors are pirates or terrorists.”
  1. plural of terrour
  2. Examples:
    1. “So that thou shalt not need I say, to feare or be affright, of all the shafts that Hie by day, nor terrours of the night.”
  1. plural of terror
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  3. Examples:
    1. “A former high-class hurdler, Deep Water has always looked as though fences would hold no terrors for him.”
      “I only hope that I am able to restrain them before these unutterable terrors escape into the world at large.”
      “It's impossible to read of the terrors abroad in her shabby streetscapes without total emotional involvement.”
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