- struck or affected with wonder.
Also won·der·struck [wuhn-der-struhk] /ˈwʌn dərˌstrʌk/.
Origin of wonder-stricken
First recorded in 1590–1600
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Examples from the Web for wonder-stricken
The wonder-stricken Squire now had to listen to Nora's plan.Light O' The Morning
L. T. Meade
But to return to the wonder-stricken people who lined the shore.The Life of a Celebrated Buccaneer
Round about it was so empty, silent, and remote that he was wonder-stricken.Hania
The dentist stepped back a pace and stared up at her wonder-stricken.McTeague
There was no awkwardness or shyness in his speech now; only wonder-stricken joy.The Unspeakable Perk
Samuel Hopkins Adams