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- adj. horrified so as to be overwhelmed or incapacitated
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- adj. Horror-stricken; horrified.
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- adj. stricken with horror
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Their horror-struck faces turned toward Oates, who cracked his knuckles and flashed a menacing grin.
Then, horror-struck, he watched as, directly facing the camera, Zan shrieked his name.
It was a woman's voice, and Mrs. Barrymore, paler and more horror-struck than her husband, was standing at the door.
I don't know how long I crouched there, staring at him, horror-struck.
Just as I was about to put the car in drive, I glanced backwards one more time and was horror-struck by what I saw.
People were understandably horror-struck when they saw seal puppies being clubbed to death in the wintry north of our continent.
A student came in, and horror-struck, asked ``Is that your tip jar?''
I sit here, in my safe little dorm room in New Hampshire, and I am utterly horror-struck that they are killing students.
For a long time Kate crouched on her heels, too bewildered to think, too horror-struck to do anything save rock backward and forward.
Gideon and the Parson looked on, helpless and horror-struck, as Sir Richard let out an excruciating scream that seemed to go on forever.