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Poetic Definitions: terrors
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Formidably awful, frightful, dire, horrendous or terrible.
fearful
dreadful
atrocious
dangerous
formidable
abominable
Certainly not sweet, nice, affable, amiable or enjoyable.
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— Joel Howard
Yoda
Terrors: Master, am I horrifying?

Abominations, you were!
Mutilations, you have been!
Emergencies, you are!
Delinquencies, you will continually be!

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— Jesus Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term terrors
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for horrors

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Grace Foster
Waka
Just like the terrors,
they're horrendously afraid.
Neither bland nor mild!
To shudder, thrill or tremble.
An anguish or agony.

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— Johnny Cooper
Verse (modern)
Terrors

A horrible rhyme for terrors is errors.
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— Shawn Marshal
Unitoum
Terrors

Dread
required
fright
involved

required
horrifying
involved
terrible

horrifying
make
terrible
get

make
fright
get
dread.
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— Ernest Ros
Tanaka
Panic disorder
abusive exploitation
criminal offence
An injury or ulcer.
Being lousy or dirty.

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— Anne Innocent
Rondelet
Terrors

High excitement,
psychomotor agitation.
High excitement,
base of active ingredient.
Therapeutic indication,
emergency situation.
High excitement.

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— Howard Leopold
Quinzaine
Terrors

Terrors are several fears.
Are they terrible?
Can they pluck?

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— Jeremy Leith
Pi (π)
Can I give a meter, delivered so people might see
Newly pleasant abstracts, vividly informing, and oh but revealed free?
Terror or alarms feel way too apparent. But is frights?
Anxieties, alarm? - or alarming, scourges? Darn! I neglected wrights!
I ponder dismaying and certainly panicking, but frankly ought I
- state meanings so - abstracts crafted with computers spry?
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— Janice Red
Octosyllable
Really awful and fearful.
But also painful and dreadful.
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— Joan Silver
Nonet
A fright, dread, fear, horror or alarm
a calamity, curse or bane
conscientious objector
punishable offence
abomination
trepidation
awfulness
dismay
scare
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— Mildred Justice
Mirror Cinquain
terrors
horrible, terrible
overawing, endangering, coercing
that disappointments and loss will envelope you
dread
fear
an anxiety, trepidation, angst, apprehension or solicitude
scaring, dreading, terrorizing
heartsick, despondent
dismay
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— Jean Vaughan
Limerick
There was a gal from Neworor,
She wanted a word for terror.
      Such as wand of light?
      But settled on fright!
Thought the woman from Neworor.
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— Gloria Valentine
Kural
Fright, alarm, dread, scare
Consternation's afraid phobias

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— Jonathan Harding
Haiku (terse)
Demonologist
conscientious objector
decomposition

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— Marie Ritchie
Haiku (3-word)
Intimidating
valetudinarian
abomination

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— Janet Oswald
Haiku (modern)
A horribleness,
shocking, lousy, and hellish,
frights and gravities.

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— Juan Mo
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
fright
horror
awfulness
abomination
a calamity, curse or bane

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— Joshua Malone
Diamante
Terrors
fidgety, changeable
stirring, recognizing, comprehending
apprehension, trepidation ..... nerve, assurance
sustaining, insuring, ensuring
edgy, touchy
confidence
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— Amy Dawson
Cinquain - Phrasal
terrors
BOOF alarm
state of shock
that which excites dread
fright

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— Nancy Arnold
Cinquain - Expressional
terrors
and dismay
exaggerated no doubt
would darken into dread.
dire!

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— Jessica Oliver
Butterfly Cinquain
goodness
inner feelings
benignity of heart
is beauty in the best estate
kindness
jokes with a double meaning
lost motion mechanism
friendly meeting
virtue
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— Maria Ellis
Acrostic - Prefix
 Terrible
eerie
revolting
repulsive
ominous
repellent
sinister
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— Mary Davis
Acrostic - Diagonal
Trepidations
Fears
Horrifying
Alarms
Discouragements
Eyesores
Menaces
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— John Jackson

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.