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Adjective
Affected or afflicted by an undesirable condition or emotion
“A rabbit, catching sight of a dog, is generally stricken with panic even if a hundred yards away, and bolts immediately.”
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Incapacitated or suffering from an illness or injury
“On the 11th, however, two children in a protestant family were stricken with the disease almost coincidently.”
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Moved or overwhelmed by an emotion or event
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“Some who reluctantly embark on vacations cannot wait to return home, stricken with guilt at the idea of pleasure.”
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Mentally or emotionally traumatized
“All around, we seem stricken by images of fragility and loss.”
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Removed or deleted from a record or document
“We have examined the stricken portion of Dr. Johnson's testimony and must conclude that that portion of his testimony in question is not material and relevant to the basic question involved in this proceeding.”
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Suffering from a particular illness, pain, distress, or disability
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Predisposed to having, or characterized by, bad luck
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Weak or lacking in strength
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Appearing worn or harassed as if one is being pursued
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To have found unexpectedly or during a search
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“A Swindon firm has joined the rush to strike black gold in the Falkland Islands.”
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Past participle for to inflict (a blow)
“He got up on his feet, clutching his weapon, ready to strike his foe down.”
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Past participle for to take violent or aggressive action against
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“Unknown aggressors can strike us at unknown times and places, often for unstated reasons, for apparently zero positive outcomes.”
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Past participle for to refuse to work as a protest
“The industrial action saw employees strike at hospitals and rest homes across the country.”
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Past participle for to collide into with force
“Fortunately, the missile fell perfectly into the foam cut-outs and didn't strike any hard surfaces on its way down.”
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(of a thought or idea) Past participle for to come into one's mind or consciousness
“An idea, a curiousity, would strike him, and for two weeks or a month, he would pursue it at the cost of his other studies.”
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(in sporting contexts) Past participle for to hit or kick (a ball)
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“Here is how you correctly strike a golf ball with an iron.”
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Past participle for to reach, attain, or achieve something
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“The law of defamation seeks to strike a balance between freedom of expression and the protection of reputation.”
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Past participle for to come to an official agreement on
“The inability to strike an agreement has resulted in an extremely unstable situation in the region.”
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Past participle for to adopt or assume a pose
“Don't just stand there, let's get to it. Strike a pose, there's nothing to it.”
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Past participle for to cause (someone) to have a particular impression
“Orwell's scrupulous observations and distinctions strike me as impressive and useful in the context of the war being waged against us now.”
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Past participle for to cast a magical charm or spell on
“A feral Gryf rushes towards Skroa before the demon can strike him with a spell.”
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Past participle for to captivate or impress someone
“The noble relatives of these female novices could arrange for them to be seen by the king, hoping their beauty would strike him and induce a passion beneficial to family fortunes.”
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Past participle for to move or proceed vigorously or purposefully
“But instead of advancing north-westward through Tebessa, he was ordered to strike north towards Thala and Le Kef.”
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Past participle for to ignite (a match) by rubbing it briskly against an abrasive surface
“However, before one can light a candle, someone has to strike a match.”
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Past participle for to change into (a different state)
“He could not even bring himself to look up, fearing Father Sun would strike him blind for this wanton disrespect.”
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Past participle for to delete or remove something that was written or recorded
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“I raise the point that you cannot by vote, except by unanimous consent, strike that from the minutes.”
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Past participle for to take down
“Let's strike the tent, break up camp, and move on!”
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Past participle for to take apart
“Let's strike the tent, break up camp, and move on!”
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Past participle for to make a chiming sound, such as from a bell being struck
“It is quite cheering to one's ears and delicious to one's heart to hear the bell strike out again and again.”
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Past participle for to affect or exert an influence on
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Past participle for to confront through the use of military force
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Past participle for to greatly impress, charm or beguile someone
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Past participle for to flow (noisily) in a stream
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Past participle for to exert force or pressure on
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(usually of a disease or condition) Past participle for to affect adversely
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Past participle for to disregard the rules and refuse to conform
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(of a feeling) Past participle for to affect (someone) suddenly and powerfully
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Past participle for to involve oneself in a (public) protest or demonstration
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Past participle for refuse to obey the orders of a person in authority
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(of a button on a device or machine) Past participle for to press down on
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Past participle for to make coins by stamping metal
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Past participle for rebel against
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Past participle for to obtain or attain successfully
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Hit somebody in the face
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Past participle for to cause (someone) pain, suffering or distress
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(arrive at) Past participle for to reach (a conclusion or decision)
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(of a blow, ball, or attack) Past participle for to launch or aim (something) towards a given target
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Past participle for to control or influence (a person or course of action)
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Past participle for to withdraw (someone) from a competition or group
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Past participle for to inflict a physical blow on someone
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Past participle for to suffuse with vigor, life, energy, or spirit
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Past participle for to spring upon suddenly to attack or capture
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Past participle for to completely destroy or devastate
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(of a plant) Past participle for begin to grow and draw nourishment from the soil through its roots
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Past participle for to protest for a cause, or against something
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Past participle for to be victorious over
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Past participle for to criticize (someone or something) harshly
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Past participle for to ban or refrain from using
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Past participle for make or shape by cutting a hard material such as wood
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Past participle for to confront or come up against
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Past participle for to make, or cause to make, a sudden forward movement
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Past participle for to be connected with
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(of a place or position) Past participle for to occupy
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Past participle for to make an impression on a person's mind
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