terrorstricken love

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  • adj. Stricken with terror; utterly terrified.

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Examples

  • It was then, when he gazed into her terrorstricken eyes, that he understood himself.

    Dragons Of A Vanished Moon

  • The body made it around the jutting rock, bounced down several small falls, skinnned past the terrorstricken crowd at the gates, then disappeared without a sound into the sea.

    The Season of the Machete

  • With a shrill scream Sheeta was after him -- a scream which awoke an almost equally uncanny cry in the throat of the terrorstricken Chinaman.

    The Beasts of Tarzan

  • How terrorstricken she would have been that night had she known that the wild jungle beast squatted outside her window, watching her every move.

    The Return of Tarzan

  • Then the door was slammed from within, and the three terrorstricken boys turned and fled as fast as their legs would carry them.

    The Gold-Stealers A Story of Waddy

  • He seated himself and watched the terrorstricken wagons.

    The Red Badge of Courage

  • For after tossing restlessly upon the cartel for about half an hour, she suddenly sat up, and stared about her with glassy, terrorstricken eyes, and began to mutter rapidly to herself; and upon feeling her pulse I found that it was throbbing furiously; also her skin was dry, and scorching hot: in short, it was evident that she was in a state of high fever closely bordering on delirium.

    Through Veld and Forest An African Story

  • "My God, my God!" moaned Henrietta, wringing her hands and rushing up and down the room, terrorstricken, not knowing where to look now for refuge.

    The Poor Plutocrats

  • The blacks stopped but a few moments, and then, terrorstricken, fled on into the desert, there in all probability to perish miserably.

    The Three Commanders

  • Many people were floating about, making for the tops and rigging, several of them terrorstricken, who could not swim, catching hold of those that could.

    The Loss of the Royal George

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