The day was very warm, and the men fell out by hundreds; many were sunstruck, several dying.
We sat together in ours in the daytime, and could not leave our shelter for a moment without feeling as if we were sunstruck.
Bill was still babbling about holdups, and Aggie was saying that he was sunstruck, but of course it did not matter.
It was a scorching hot day and a number were sunstruck, some cases proving fatal.
There was complaint from all quarters that the men were exhausted, and some seemed to be sunstruck.
Do two Americans, a half-breed beggar, and a local coachman get sunstruck at one and the same time?
I don't know whether they were sunstruck, or what kind of struck, but they were weak about the knees, some of them.
First the grandest kind of a sombrero, so I shall not be sunstruck in the next harvest-field, which I narrowly escaped in this.
Twenty from the 3d Corps fell out, exhausted, and died by the road; several were sunstruck.
The sun was intensely hot, and in the crowded streets the men suffered very much; many were sunstruck and died.