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Tarzan was thunderstruck, but in an instant he realized a part of the truth.
The last words were addressed to the gatekeeper, who stood quite thunderstruck on hearing Captain Van Deken addressing by the title of Monseigneur this pale young man, to whom he himself had spoken in such a familiar way.
Konig was thunderstruck, staring at McCoy as if he were a madman.
He did not set much of it, possibly fifty feet; yet Charley and I were thunderstruck at the man's effrontery.
About ten days before my liberation, I was thunderstruck at receiving a visit from my sister's mahogany-colored husband, Mr.
FOR a moment Horace stood thunderstruck, looking in blank astonishment at Lady Janet.
Therefore he whacked the old nigger mercilessly, while a big crowd of his people watched him, thunderstruck, till some man,--I was told the chief's son,--in despera- tion at hearing the old chap yell, made a tentative jab with a spear at the white man--and of course it went quite easy between the shoulder-blades.
Poor Seagrim was thunderstruck at this; for he was no stranger to the fault in the shape of his daughter.
Franklin stepped back thunderstruck, as well he might be.
Toodles looked so thunderstruck that the Assistant Commissioner smiled faintly.
And while he stared thunderstruck, with the gaping scissors on his fingers, I shouted my discovery at him fiendishly, in six words, without comment.
I stood like one thunderstruck, or as if I had seen an apparition.