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Definition of Struck

  • imp. & p. p. of Strike.

How to use struck in a sentence. Struck pronunciation.

Before he could move forward or raise his arm, however, David struck him a blow in the neck which flung him upon a square marble pedestal intended for a statue.
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In falling his head struck violently a sharp corner of the pedestal.
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Thus was that day linked with the present, thus had a blow struck in punishment of the wrong done the woman at the crossroads been repeated in the wrong done the girl who had just left him.
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Nahoum struck a light, and, as he held the candle, Mizraim knelt and examined the body closely.
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They had struck a deeper note than love or friendship.
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One instant full of the pulse of life, the next struck out into infinite space.
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He might have died by diamond-dust, and men would have set down their coffee-cups in surprise, and then would have forgotten; or he might have been struck down by the hand of an assassin, and, unless it was in the Palace, none would have paused to note it.
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He struck deep, drew forth the dagger-and was still.
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While I was up, somebody struck the horse a sounding thwack with a leathern strap, and when I arrived again the Genuine Mexican Plug was not there.
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The widow Brewster had "struck it rich" in the "Golden Fleece" and sold ten feet for $18,000-hadn't money enough to buy a crape bonnet when Sing-Sing Tommy killed her husband at Baldy Johnson's wake last spring.
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Paulus struck his hand against his forehead, and cried eagerly, "Directly-I will bring you a fresh draught.
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The idea struck me in the train, as I was going up; so I took a cab from Victoria and booked the places first thing.
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For so good-looking and well-dressed a man he struck her as singularly reserved.
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In talking with Cobb, Louise seemed to drop a degree or so in social status; her language was much less careful than when she conversed with the Mumfords, and even her voice struck a note of less refinement.
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They had reached the Common, and Cobb struck along a path most likely to be unfrequented.
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As if the idea had only just struck her, she looked up cheerfully.
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He therefore struck out in a path in which he has had no great followers; for the big men in Russian literature are all Realists.
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That a critic of his power and reputation, interested as he was in English literature, should never have had sufficient intellectual curiosity to cross the English Channel, struck me as nothing short of amazing. The acquisition of any foreign language annihilates a considerable number of prejudices.
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In his sketches there was a good deal of life and truth, a certain breadth and freedom; but not one of them was finished, and the drawing struck me as careless and incorrect.
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The silver tones and subtle music of Turgenev's clavichord were followed by the crashing force of Tolstoi's organ harmonies, and by the thrilling, heart-piercing discords struck by Dostoevski.
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Examples of Struck

Example #1
In falling his head struck violently a sharp corner of the pedestal.
Example #2
He seized one-a dagger-and sprang to his feet.
Example #3
He lurched, rolled over on the floor, and lay still.
Example #4
Before he could move forward or raise his arm, however, David struck him a blow in the neck which flung him upon a square marble pedestal intended for a statue.
Example #5
A sound now broke the stillness.
Example #6
Thinking of that blow, he saw its sequel in the blow he had given now.