strike with

strike someone or something with something

to hit someone or something with something. Max struck Lefty with his fist. The mayor struck the table with his fist.
See also: strike

strike with

v.
1. To afflict someone or something suddenly with some disease or impairment. Used chiefly in the passive: That doctor treats patients who are stricken with cancer.
2. To cause someone to be overcome with some emotion. Used chiefly in the passive: She was struck with alarm at the news. The sight of the ghost struck him with terror.
See also: strike
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In both instances we offered modifications and changes and they refused to take it seriously,'' said Greg Krisman, spokesman for the Screen Actors Guild, which launched the strike with the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
Officials at Matech Biomedical Services in Westlake Village say they are watching the strike with particular interest.