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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of floor.
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- adj. provided with a floor.
- adj. knocked down to the floor or ground.
- adj. defeated; overwhelmed.
- adj. suprised and confounded; nonplused.
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- adj. provided with a floor
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Less than two minutes later, Geiger again floored Miller and this time
Kathryn Barrett-Gaines, 45, one of the sisters who accused Dillard, said she was "floored" to hear about his new position serving others.
Various lawmakers typically supportive of NASA requests said they were "floored" or shocked by the budget package.
My conservative 'sometimes democrat' sister-in-law from Missouri ONLY watches Fox, she 'sort of liked' Obama at one time then really started hating on him over the Rev. Wright sound bites, she called me tonight and was basically 'floored' by his interview, she said, I'm not sure where this Barack Obama has been hiding but I like him - alot.
She and her husband are "floored" to be at the wedding.
Alicia Treadwell was "floored" when teachers at Harambee Community School gave her their home phone numbers.
I was kind of floored ... so is that part of the mindset behind the folks who ban books?
Even now thinking about it, I'm just kind of floored, my stomach is churning like I am in love with a person.
Judis notes that Norm Siegel, then executive director of the New York Civil Liberties Union, said afterward that he was "floored" by Giuliani's definition of liberty and authority.
Total Votes: 27,416The Faithful Correspondent participated in the poll and was "floored" by the results.