1. struck or filled with terror
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How To Use terror-stricken In A Sentence

  • Rodney was fighting futilely against them as his red hair fell messily into his terror-stricken green eyes.
  • Her pale blue eyes were wide and terror-stricken and darted from the barred door to the tiny circular window, but there was no way she could escape her confines.
  • A shop worker was left terror-stricken today after a youth threatened to stab her with a knife unless she gave him money from the till.
  • For this story, David Hein, a free-lance journalist who lives in Germany, interviewed American basketball players living in war-and terror-stricken countries outside the United States.
  • The men aloft clung to the royal yards and watched with terror-stricken faces. MAKE WESTING
  • I have only performed here once, and I was terror-stricken!
  • The unseen ferry-boat was blowing blast after blast, and the mouth-blown horn was tooting in terror-stricken fashion. Chapter 1
  • There is no one better than Mayall at creating the terror-stricken moments which ensue whenever the character senses that his chequered past may be about to ruin his life of luxury.
  • They hollaed amain to dogs and knight, and not a few advanced to succour the damsel: but the words of the knight, which were such as he had used to Nastagio, caused them to fall back, terror-stricken and lost in amazement. The Decameron, Volume II
  • And she didn't want to wake little Sandy, with her tiny waif 's face and her terror-stricken eyes. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
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