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

  • It should not be confused with night terrors or panics, in which a child becomes acutely agitated and terror-struck at night, appearing to be awake while in fact asleep and unable to be woken.
  • He arranged his terror-struck features into a blank mask.
  • In fact, the clock had struck three before the noises finally ceased, but even after that Mary was too terror-struck to sleep.
  • I saw the terror-struck faces, and the frantic waving of their arms!
  • Trujillo is long gone and it is hard to believe that the country she finds on her return was once the terror-struck place she had fled.
  • But why are we so terror-struck by dentists, especially when we need all the help we can get, given our traditionally less-than-perfect smiles?
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