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Definition of "struck" []

  • Past tense and a past participle of strike. (verb)
  • Affected or shut down by a labor strike. (adjective)
  • (of an industry, factory, etc) shut down or otherwise affected by a labour strike (adjective)

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Use "struck" in a sentence
  • "I perceived the Thing would come up with me long before I reached the enclosure, and, desperate and sobbing for my breath, I wheeled round upon it and struck at it as it came up to me, —struck with all my strength."
  • ""The Indians have struck on the frontier," -- "A rattle-snake _struck_ at me.""
  • "The label struck pay dirt when a secretary, Jenny Price, encouraged them to sign a teenage singer-songwriter from Southern California named Jewel."