panic-stricken[ pan-ik-strik-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF panic-stricken
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PANIC-STRICKEN
I was panic-stricken at his words, and could not look at him without trembling.
Panic-stricken by Bassenge's report, he was all for the direct method.
The popular party were panic-stricken, and stirred neither hand nor foot.
The panic-stricken face, that met his, paralyzed him for the moment; then he laughed.
She whispered this thought to Helen, and her friend was panic-stricken again.
I was panic-stricken, faint with fear; but some instinct had made me hold on desperately.
The whole place seemed to be alive, panic-stricken, frenzied with fear.
For a few minutes he crouched in shadow, too panic-stricken to move.
He threw himself backward, then stood for a moment, panic-stricken.
"Oh, I don't know," returned Johnnie, refusing to get panic-stricken.