horror-struck


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horrified

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stricken with horror

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The absurdity of a bishop having a wife particularly struck them: they scarcely knew whether to be most amused or horror-struck at such an enormity.
My dear young lady," I cried, horror-struck at the supposition.
While I stood horror-struck, one of these creatures rose to his hands and knees, and went off on all-fours towards the river to drink.
The sisters drew back horror-struck into the furthest corner of the room.
He had carried off their store of winter food, and placing it in a sledge, to draw which he had seized on a numerous drove of trained dogs, he had harnessed them, and the same night, to the joy of the horror-struck villagers, had pursued his journey across the sea in a direction that led to no land; and they conjectured that he must speedily be destroyed by the breaking of the ice or frozen by the eternal frosts.
Before I had time to feel shocked, at this, I was horror-struck by an entirely unexpected proceeding on the part of Mr.
Before I could move, before I could draw my breath after that discovery, I was horror-struck by a heavy thump against the door from the inside.
Taylor Swift seemed to miss the action but looked horror-struck when Rosie Huntington-Whiteley revealed what had happened.
Childlike in his innocence but grotesque in form, Frankenstein's bewildered creature is cast out into a hostile universe by his horror-struck maker.
Only her words in Mama & Boris can express her feelings: unbelieving, saddened, sickened, shocked, horror-struck.
Saudi Arabia was horror-struck when Hosni Mubarak was brought down.
PHOENIX, July 22) The images are all too familiar--police tape around blood-spattered pavement, horror-struck onlookers, friends of victims bent over in grief, ambulances lined up like cabs at an airport.
The parents of 18-month-old Shiza Sohail Ahmad were horror-struck at how a home-cooked meal of beef and vegetables could have resulted in such terrible consequences for their only child.
He looked at me horror-struck, especially as his shop assistant was ploughing through other colour books in a desperate search for the elusive hue.
It was there that Middlehurst and his horror-struck guest made a ghastly discovery.