panic stricken[ pan-ik-strik-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF panic stricken
Synonyms for panic stricken
- having cold feet
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PANIC STRICKEN
He was panic stricken, and absolutely did not know what to say.
But his orders were unheeded, the Indians were panic stricken.
The invincible was vanquished and his followers were panic stricken.
They whirled away, panic stricken, giving their loud ‘kerp’ call.
The prison officials, seeing their authority vanish, were panic stricken.
He was startled and alarmed, but appears not to have been panic stricken.
I have been sort of panic stricken all day and couldn't think.
Indeed, the whole city seemed not only agog, but panic stricken.
They looked up off the convulsed earth with panic stricken eyes, their voices raised in agony.
He tried to bring his troops into order, but they were so panic stricken that they fled, and he with them.