The liberals were electrified with the bold stances the president was taking, gay marriage and climate change chief among them.
“When you fired your arrow at the force field, you electrified a nation,” President Coin (Julianne Moore) tells her.
The firefighters did not want the ambulatory passengers to chance onto an electrified rail or encounter some other hazard.
Fences built ten-feet high with fifteen rows of electrified barbed wire surrounded the compound.
Ayub Syed: “He has electrified the nation with his fearless call for breaking fresh ground.”
These exclamations caught the ear of the negro gentleman, and he shrunk back in an instant, as if electrified.
It electrified me, and filled not only my eyes with tears, but my heart with joy.
I was electrified by the likeness between this unhappy woman and Lady Glyde.
The covers were electrified and clung to him like tissue to rubbed amber.
Early in 1815 Paris was electrified by the news that Napoleon had returned from Elba.