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- adv. In a dazed manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a dazed, bewildered, or stupid manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a daze; in a dazed manner
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"But didn't you see the Kid?" he asked in English, dazedly trying to pull himself together, to think coherently.
At Bleau the previous night, I was recalling dazedly, there had been only three men wearing the horizon blue.
So, we kind of dazedly stumbled forth into the next bar where some white dudes were playing those white boy blues.
The nomination seekers all dazedly echoed the Reagan hive mind calling for more tax cuts and further deregulation, which back in the day was characterized by George Herbert Walker Bush as Voodoo economics.
She stumbled forward as though shoved from behind, and looked around slowly, dazedly.
So she boarded the train to London and wrestled her two suitcases onto the Tube to Heathrow airport and finally, dazedly, staggered aboard the plane to LAX, still looking for him in every brown-haired boy she glimpsed.
He wants this, I thought dazedly, reveling in the certainty of his need.
You could only cheat death so many times, I thought dazedly, and this time I closed my eyes against the saltwater sting, let my breath out, knowing I had nothing left to fight with.
They watched you eat and smiled dazedly to the hum of their machines, the clogged wheeze of their breathing.
Bone and a shitload of blood, pooling out from a jagged maw below his shoulder, and he was writhing in it dazedly/He had a hacksaw in his slackened grip.