- v. Simple past tense and past participle of concuss.
“Craig had no further opportunity for discussing the matter, for the next morning he was "concussed" in midair and retained sufficient sense to bring his machine to the ground.”
“And he’s concussed, meaning that he’s had a nasty crack on the skull as well.”
“Take Sunday: Manning took that ugly late hit, running back D.J. Ware was concussed on a vicious blindside hit and the Giants suffered the indignity of DeSean Jackson—who burned them on a walk-off punt return last year—taunting their sideline.”
“The clients complained that I must be recently concussed or recently in love from the way I was mooning around.”
“There is nothing funny about being concussed by a falling wedge of cheese.”
“A besieged Vick was concussed in Atlanta, smushed a hand versus the Giants, popped a finger against San Francisco, tossed seven interceptions, and groaned that NFL referees weren't offering him his deserved protection.”
“First, he hopes a concussed Michael Vick is cleared to play, he said in his usual spot on WFAN, because "I don't want any excuses when we go down there and put it to them.”
“He reluctantly treats her, concussed so confined to bed, they become friends, then the passion, and healing for him.”
“With their South African flanker Francois Louw concussed after another illegal tackle, against Worcester, this might have been one headache too many for the visitors but Armitage was sent to the sin-bin and Bath made sure justice was done when they won a lineout from the penalty.”
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