Definition Of conscience-stricke
made uneasy by a guilty conscience.
she was still conscience-stricken over her outburst
Example Of conscience-stricke
A Hindu doctor feels conscience-stricken at being unable to stem the bloodshed.
As you might expect, his words do not approach cliche, describing the pain in the conscience-stricken priest's feet, for example, as ‘his daily stigmata’.
Her brothers, observing how she cherishes the plant, steal the pot, discover the mouldering head, and fly, conscience-stricken , into banishment.
Her situation cried out for attention, rescue and relief by the State, by well-meaning and charitable agencies, and by ordinary, conscience-stricken citizens.
How easily he could have been the leader of the world's conscience-stricken youth.