"stricken with" or "stricken by"?

Prepositions after "stricken"

Is it usefull? (4.5 / 2 votes)

In 49% of cases stricken with is used

She was stricken with an acute pain.

Her mind raced, stricken with panic.

Stricken with grief, he moved to Lalbagh.

From that time onwards, I noticed, the male behaved like a man stricken with grief.

With a heart stricken with grief and sorrow at the impending separation, take leave.

When he was about 18, he was stricken with smallpox which left him completely blind.

Indeed, I find myself stricken with paralysis in the face of his compelling, courageous and principled position.

However, there are instances that are stricken with discontent when corporations show encouragement to the arts.

But really, and any opera lover will tell you this, it's kind of a disease once you're stricken with the passion.

Stricken with grief, Gilgamesh journeys alone to the end of the earth to seek the answer to humanity's mortality.

In 26% of cases stricken by is used

The baby was stricken by diarrhoea.

The buffoon got stricken by paralysis.

Her friends are are stricken by sadness.

A stoic, broad-shouldered cattleman stricken by the wreckage her brother had wrought.

Stricken by two heart attacks, Ray was now involuntarily isolated on doctor's orders.

Despite being stricken by controversies, Kapoor campaigned for the mayoral elections.

They're all stricken by Sinecurism and the Curse of the Four C's -- Cronyism, Collusion, Corruption, and Complacency.

Stricken by the bursting of a construction bubble in 2008, Spain is struggling in its second recession in four years.

When Evian was stricken by old age he nominated his eldest son, Ogiemwen as his successor, but the people refused him.

I am stricken by the shock of their belief that they can get a new younger woman and their delusion of how it will be.

In 10% of cases stricken from is used

Stricken from every pylon and obelisk.

One more lie against ISI stricken from the book.

It had been dramatically stricken from the menu.

If the conditions are not later met, the evidence will be stricken from the record.

And Acting Chairman Mundt ordered Counsel Cohn's statement stricken from the record.

Personally I think you should be stricken from the register for such a transgression.

Then, even more ironically, another representative's comments calling him out for it were asked to be stricken from the record.

And the member banks that were mismanaged could be stricken from the list of Suffolk-approved New England banks in good standing.

The previous bet would be stricken from the record, and the loser of this bet would have to write five posts about cash registers.

Should secession be stricken from the list of options and forbidden in discussions, then tyranny has captured and conquered a people.

In 5% of cases stricken in is used

A long term flood stricken in 1998.

People are poverty stricken in this country.

An auld son is not a male who is stricken in years.

The two verses, John 6:60 and 6:65, shall appear rather stricken in their parallels.

It was a gunnery training ship from 1881, stricken in 1898, and finally scrapped in 1899.

And Abraham was old, and well stricken in age: and the LORD had blessed Abraham in all things.

Genesis 24:1-21 (KJV) And Abraham was old, and well stricken in age: and the Lord had blessed Abraham in all things.

He was one of the first to offer an unflinching look at the underclass and the poverty stricken in Victorian London.

We the natives of Sabah and Sarawak remain the poorest of the country as a whole and the most poverty stricken in the land.

Dressed in a dowdy jumper and jeans, the star acted out every mum-to-be's nightmare as she lay stricken in a most public place.

In 2% of cases stricken off is used

Yes, the actress has stricken off booze from her diet.

Early in his deposition, which began after the lunch recess, the International Crimes Tribunal-1, had a portion of his statement stricken off the records.

Stricken Off the Record On motion approved by the House, the whole speech including interpellations, was stricken off the record for being unparliamentary.

Stricken Off the Record On motion approved by the House, the whole speech including interpellations, was stricken off the record for being unparliamentary.

The failure of Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona to appear yesterday was equivalent to not appearing at all because his testimony, without cross examination, would be stricken off the record.

In 1% of cases stricken at is used

Or you might be panic stricken at the enormous sense of responsibility you now hold.

I finally understand why I've been terror stricken at the idea of learning a new language through immersion.

The grief on my relatives faces was obvious, they were really grief stricken at seeing them suffering for so long in agonizing pain.

Her name means the one who is grief stricken, and yet, it is the people world over who are grief stricken at this assassination attempt.

Grief stricken at the death of his wife, Sundbach set to work and by December of 1913 had designed a successful Zipper that is virtually the same today.

Grief stricken at the loss of his 26-year-old son, a handsome, young Englishman full of ebullient humour and energy, Lodge realized that his old friend Myers had been trying to warn him of his death.

In 1% of cases stricken for is used

They looked slightly stricken for some reason and I thought I did a poo whilst pushing.

Additional Commissioner Singh tried to get information from some of them, but most were too stricken for words.

They and the Sadducees do not believe in Jesus and can not accept that the Messiah had to come in such humble background and have to be stricken for our sins.

In 1% of cases stricken of is used

And she was wondrous stricken of heart for that evil hap N 3.

And, very often illness robs the stricken of their ability to reason and or communicate.

He also took upon Himself the guilt and penalty of sin, thus identifying Himself with the stricken of God (leprous).

Again to most of his audience, the idea of a society where mothers are stricken of their child without reason would be simply unthinkable.

In 1% of cases stricken on is used

But young Ger hurried to help his father who lay stricken on the ground.

The great beeches lie snapped and stricken on all sides like so much match-wood.

The middle-aged woman drove off as they lay stricken on the pavement, shouting: ' I have to go to Tesco.

It was a terrifying shot landed behind a beautiful series of combinations that left Harrison utterly stricken on the ropes.

She did not even look at the little lad who lay stricken on the sidewalk, but slammed the door and went back to her wash-tub.

Half time: Galatasaray 0-0 Manchester United With Eboue still stricken on the turf, the referee brings the first half to a close.

In 1% of cases stricken to is used

No, not to ferry the stricken to safety.

This area is still poverty stricken to the day.

Neither Osborne nor Cameron look very panic stricken to me.

Afterward David was stricken to the heart because he had cut off a corner of Saul's cloak.

From donkey carts to bullet trains and from poverty stricken to world class cities -- that's China.

The hotel attendant informed me that two years ago in Rome, when Manchester United were defeated 2-0 by Barcelona, he was stricken to tears.

Days of trouble and darkness came; persecution wore out the great men of that remarkable period; pure and vital Christianity was stricken to the earth and trampled under foot.

It was a joke among his students that he could not lecture without that piece of chalk to fumble in his fingers, and once he had been stricken to impotence by their hiding his supply.