Definition of 'terror-stricken'
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Ruth's terror-stricken cry of pain was lost as Sarah turned to Mike, her face a cold mask of hate. HIDING FROM THE LIGHT (1994)And she didn't want to wake little Sandy, with her tiny waif's face and her terror-stricken eyes. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (1994)In that first terror-stricken moment when I'd seen it start, its apparently casual movement said it all. THE TARTAN RINGERS (1994)
A young woman in Morocco looked between her legs and ran screaming to her mother, terror-stricken by her womanhood that had just begun. FROM THE TEETH OF ANGELS (1994)
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