Definition of 'panic-stricken'
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The silence from Lapiere was his reason for feeling less panic-stricken.FINAL RESORT (2001)
He was not feeling well, but less panic-stricken than at any time since the shock of seeing Rochere the previous Thursday evening.FINAL RESORT (2001) THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
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