simple past tense and a past participle of strike. adjective. 2. (of a factory, industry, etc.) closed or otherwise affected by a strike of workers. Origin of struck.
Struck measure definition, a measure, especially of grain, level with the top of a receptacle. See more.
a jury obtained by special agreement between the opposing attorneys, each taking turns in eliminating a member of the impaneled group until 12 members remain. ... A struck jury was obtained, but, in the existing state of public feeling, an acquittal was a foregone conclusion.
Light-struck definition, (of a film or the like) damaged by accidental exposure to light. See more.
Planet-struck definition, affected adversely by the supposed influence of a planet. See more.
Historical Examples. Then I marvel not,' said Eleanor, in a low, awe-struck voice. Two Penniless Princesses Charlotte M. Yonge. We are awe-struck at their power, and magnify the mystery of their existence. By the Christmas Fire. Samuel McChord Crothers. But were you not frightened,— awe-struck in this dark and horrible ...
Stage-struck definition, obsessed with the desire to become an actor or actress. See more.