struck
[strʌk]

verb

[Definition]: past tense and past participle of strike; attack

[Example Sentences]:
1. The latest temblor struck at about 5:40.
2. A twister also struck in 2003.
3. It must have been a storm and it was struck by lightning.
4. They said the car struck a young man so hard that he flew into the air.
5. He said the victims were struck all over, including in the face and chest.
6. One officer was injured when struck in the head with a rock.
7. It said the driver of the car that struck the soldiers had fled the scene.
8. One officer was shot in the hand and the suspect was struck multiple times.
9. Police were not pursuing the vehicle when it struck the group.
10. She told Russian media she had not seen the killer, who struck from behind.
11. That struck me very hard, and that is what I focused my answer on.
12. A Capitol Police officer was injured when his car struck a barricade.
13. The bomb that struck his house killed seven members of his family.
14. He first learned at the feet of more established publishers but soon struck out on his own.
15. The courts struck down two prior FCC attempts to set rules for Internet use into the future.

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