horror-struck

[ hawr-er-struhk, hor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF horror-struck
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The two Earthmen stopped short, horror-struck at what they saw.

Your eyes, staring and horror-struck, will observe your own hands rending her.

“My dear young lady,” I cried, horror-struck at the supposition.

While I was horror-struck, Channa passed by Indifferent, for he had seen such men.

Since yesterday, when I heard of it, I have been so horror-struck as not to be able to write to you.

Miss Paysley (with horror-struck eyes)But I dont understand!

In an instant they had disappeared, while their companions looked on horror-struck.

Horror-struck is but a feeble word to indicate the feelings of that foe!

We were horror-struck, for we knew at once what it must be,—the war-cry of the savages.

"To prison with him," screamed every horror-struck official.

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