American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Variant of heart-stricken.
“This is a genuine awakening of life that is set on fire by the heart-struck match of spirited music.”
“Henri, with whom Valancourt had entered the garden, for their care, and moved towards the chateau, without noticing Valancourt, who, heart-struck by her manner, exclaimed in a low voice — ‘Good God! how have I deserved this? — what has been said, to occasion this change?’”
“The heart-struck minstrel heard the word; and though his flame, uncured,”
“Let us not heed these things! for -- light as is the task to traders in death's dark trappings; painful and soul-subduing are those withering details to the grieving and heart-struck mourner!”
“And in the heart-struck silence which fell upon the little group that she left behind, Lady Caroline gravely bowed and led her weeping daughter from the room.”
“He stopped for one heart-struck look from his casement.”
“What do you require?" asks Wotan at last, in gloom, heart-struck.”
“He has heard Senta's exclamation, witnessed her strange condition, and affected by it differently from all the others cries, heart-struck, "Senta, Senta, are you determined to destroy me?”
“Twas a match o 'Michael Tregenza's makin', I reckon, an ', so like's not, Joe weern't any more heart-struck than Joan.”
“Here heart-struck Grief might heavnward stretch her scan,”
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