grief-stricken

[ greef-strik-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF grief-stricken
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Her noble face was so grief-stricken that she looked years older in a single day.

Naturally much sympathy is felt for the grief-stricken husband.

It seemed as if he should have been crushed, grief-stricken, broken.

Grief-stricken his corsairs bore him back aboard the carack.

But we looked in vain for the thin, bowed figure of his grief-stricken sister.

The watcher was deeply affected by his grief-stricken appearance.

"He has come, dear," replied Flora; and I heard her kiss the grief-stricken maiden.

Grief-stricken, poor Josephine retired to a convent to await the trial.

Claire was the cheerful undertaker, Mrs. Gilson the grief-stricken widow.

She stops close to him, and gives him a grief-stricken glance.

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