48 examples of Aback in a sentence
And I was rather taken
One of the families I interviewed, Tom and Karen Robards, were taken
when, as young and successful New Yorkers, their first child was diagnosed with Down syndrome.
Recently, a prominent imam told me a story that really took me
I was taken
when Brennan said, "Karim, I've never been asked that question before."
When I got there, I was just a bit taken aback, because the last time I went to Ebbw Vale, it looked like this.
When you drive over the bridge, it's as if someone is pulling a curtain aback, welcoming you to Vancouver.
And even with all of my background and training in the field, I was taken
by how little attention was paid to delivering high-quality maternal health care.
So as we see these fear moments, we of course are taken
Why should we be taken
at the shrinking of Michael's nose when its exactly the same size as in the beginning of the film?
I too was taken
by the change in animation style, but I adapted.
For anyone who has only seen Disney Productions beautifully animated version of 'Beauty & The Beast', or even Jean Cocteau's surreal fairy tale vision will be quite taken
by this 1975 French (but with a director from Poland) version.
I watched the subtitled version (which I always feel is best) and was really taken
by the great little film.
Now, I'll admit that I have never been a big fan of "The Fly," and always viewed it as one of Cronenberg's more underwhelming efforts--an FX spectacular starring then-lovers Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis--but upon recent inspection, was taken
by its terror, romance, and tragedy.
I was completely taken
by watching this movie.
Just caught this movie at the San Fernando Valley Film Festival and was really taken
by its quiet power.
If your memory of rock festival flicks is limited to the good vibes of Monterrey or Woodstock, you'll likely be taken
by the unrestrained belligerence that permeated the air at Wight.
Usually movies so-called curveballs don't catch me off guard, I am after all one of the viewers who knew instantly that the guy was actually dead in "The Sixth Sense" - it was plainly obvious to me but seemed to surprise some people - so I was a little taken
by the curveball in this wannabe DEAD CALM.
Although the story became an often told tale I was extremely taken
by how originally it was being told.
I admit that as a Christian I was taken
at first but the little boy I first met in second grade was there for all too see.
Is there something in their DNA that makes them prefer the status quo so much that, more often than not, they are taken
by rapid changes, neither foreseeing them nor knowing how to respond once they begin?
I am often taken
by well-meaning and economically comfortable environmentalists who cavalierly suggest that gasoline prices should be doubled or electricity exclusively sourced from high-cost green sources.
Some of Mitt Romney’s advisers seemed taken
by Obama’s victory: Wasn’t the election supposed to be about economics?
The Taliban seem to have been taken
by the public and media reaction to the attack.
The question took me aback, yet it was natural.
They appeared taken
But even though I, too, was slightly taken
by the CPC’s latest decision, I never considered that simplistic interpretation of modern-day China to be particularly sensible.
Appeal for freedom of speech and respect for minority rights in RussiaWe were taken
and dismayed by reports of actions directed against ethnic Georgians in Russia.
IBM is one of America’s most iconic brands, and many US politicians were taken
by China’s economic incursion.
I was taken
by his scathing, virulent remarks about Prime Minister Viktor Yushchenko and former Deputy Prime Minister Yulia Timoshenko.
What Are We Betting On?LAGUNA BEACH – When I consider the prospects for the global economy and markets, I am taken
by the extent to which the world has collectively placed a huge bet on three fundamental outcomes: a shift toward materially higher and more inclusive global growth, the avoidance of policy mistakes, and the prevention of market accidents.