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nice surprise / to be pleasantly surprised
  *驚* | 驚* | *驚
to startle / to be frightened / to be scared / alarm
horror (movie) / thriller
to frighten / to horrify / to terrify
to be amazed / to be surprised / to wonder
to shock / to astonish
amazed / astonished / to surprise / amazing / astonishment / awe
stunning / breathtaking
in a panicked state / frightened
to cry out in alarm or surprise
thrilling / a thriller
to appear unexpectedly
to start in surprise / to give a jolt of surprise
unexpected / staggering (news) etc)
runaway carriage (caused by the harnessed animal bolting in fright)
to be alarmed / to be frightened
night terror / sleep terror
stupefied / stunned
to exclaim in admiration / a gasp of surprise
staggering / shocking / frightened
to go off like a rocket / to rocket
to have a surprise (idiom); shocked or startled / gobsmacked
to awaken from a dream
to realize suddenly / to wake up with a start
to rouse / to be woken by sth / to wake with a start / to sleep lightly
to amaze the world with a single brilliant feat (idiom); an overnight celebrity
fearful / apprehensive
to panic / to be alarmed
to turn pale with fright (idiom)
exclamation mark ! (punct.)
to alarm / to startle / to disturb
to be startled / to be shocked / to be amazed
lit. heart alarmed, body leaping (idiom); fear and trepidation in the face of disaster
with great alarm
startled horse
shaking one to the core / extremely disturbing / hair-raising (idiom)
to remain calm in the face of events (idiom)
to make a fuss about nothing (idiom)
to be shocked / to be appalled / to be terrified
sudden clap of thunder / fig. surprising turn of events
to shy (away) / to give a start
to quake in fear
puzzled / surprised and nonplussed
to cry out in fear
raging waves / stormy waves
lit. shocks the eye, astonishes the heart (idiom); shocking / horrible to see / a ghastly sight
to tremble with fear (idiom) / scared witless
lit. heart alarmed, trembling in fear (idiom); prostrate with fear / scared witless
overwhelmed by favor from superior (humble expr.)
to faint from fear / (medicine) convulsions
stunned and anxious
to be alarmed / to be terrified
graceful (esp. of female posture) / lithe
to be more scared than hurt (idiom) / to get through a daunting experience without mishap
perilous situation
to alarm / to agitate
lit. beat the grass to scare the snake / to inadvertently alert an enemy / to punish sb as a warning to others (idiom)
to feel apprehensive / to be alarmed
to shock / to amaze
universally shocking / to offend the whole of society
lit. shocks the eye, astonishes the heart (idiom); shocking / horrible to see / a ghastly sight / also written 觸目驚心|触目惊心
lit. a bird startled by the mere twang of a bow (idiom) / fig. sb who frightens easily, due to past experiences
to exclaim in astonishment
false alarm / panic rumor / CL: 場|场
shaking in fear / one's heart palpitating with fear
horror (genre) / to tremble in fear
world-shaking (idiom)
infantile convulsion (illness affecting children esp. under the age of five, marked by muscular spasms)
surprised and admiring / to appreciate with surprise
to astonish people (with a miraculous feat)
frightened / flustered
to surprise
to slap the table in amazement (idiom); wonderful! / amazing!
to scare a bird into flight
to stampede
alarmed / frightened
to stun / to shock and amaze / stupefied / astonishment
to shock the whole world
to marvel
convulsed with fear (idiom)
to be shocked to learn
to have just recovered from a shock
earth-shattering / breakthrough / remarkable and original work
Slapping the Table in Amazement (Part I), first of two books of vernacular stories by Ming dynasty novelist Ling Mengchu 凌濛初|凌蒙初
pleasantly surprised like mad (idiom); capering madly with joy / to express boundless pleasure
to marvel at
techno-thriller (novel) / science fiction thriller
Slapping the Table in Amazement (Part II), second of two books of vernacular stories by Ming dynasty novelist Ling Mengchu 凌濛初|凌蒙初
to come to oneself with a start / to realize at a jolt
cowardly and panicking
shaking one to the core (idiom); extremely disturbing / shattering / hair-raising

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