English version

horror-struck

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhorror-struckˈhorror-ˌstruck (also horror-stricken) adjective  SHOCKFRIGHTENEDsuddenly very shocked and frightened
Examples from the Corpus
horror-struckHe glanced swiftly around and was horror-struck.The governor's white-gloved hand froze in mid-flourish and for a second he stared horror-struck at the chattering animal.Time froze and events unrolled before Meredith's horror-struck gaze as if in a slow-motion and silent film.
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