A young ball-player looks on his first spring training trip as a stage-struck young woman regards the theatre.
"Lots of girls are stage-struck," he said presently, breaking in on Mr. Martel's rhapsody.
The stage-struck youth is easily recognized by certain symptoms which manifest themselves at an early stage of the disorder.
George Cruikshank was "soldier-struck" as well as "stage-struck."
The Williams and Walker flat soon became the headquarters of all the artistic young men of our race who were stage-struck.
The stage-struck youth is of a softer and more shallow sort.
A number of still unanswered letters are lying about—some of them delightfully humorous missives from "stage-struck" young people.
Nothing ever diverts a stage-struck youth from his fell purpose unless he is absolutely pelted off the boards.
It was all great fun for me—you remember I was not stage-struck.
It was determined at last to cure the stage-struck hero by means of a trick—to pre-arrange his failure, in fact.