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- adjective Unable to
actor respond; dazed; shocked.
- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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- adjective in a state of mental numbness especially as resulting from shock
- adjective knocked unconscious by a heavy blow
- adjective filled with the emotional impact of overwhelming surprise or shock
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The Bulldogs began to pull away early in the second half, taking a 55-45 lead on Marquise Carter's 3-pointer that had a Saint Mary's crowd that came to toast a title stunned and silent - if only briefly.
Dvorak turned and looked at them, his expression stunned.
As the Democrats notch another signature program to go with Social Security and Medicare, the gop is left in stunned disbelief that a program that will benefit nearly every single American will have only their unyielding opposition.
I mean, every day, I was logging into Realtor. com in stunned amazement.
We watched in stunned silence as Neil spoke those first words ... and at the bottom of the TV screen, there was a "crawl" that said "Live From The Moon."
Even the most seasoned pol has to gape in stunned disbelief that John McCain, the one-time presidential candidate, is willing to give credence to made-up claims about "death panels."
As stupid as this state is sometimes, I absolutely remain stunned that we sunk to the level of electing someone so totally bereft of anything resembling business or political acumen, and who is a foul-mouthed, obscene worthless human being as well.
To say that the United States was stunned is but to expose the inadequacy of language.
The other team and all the American spectators look on in stunned amazement as this spectacle takes place.
Once Butler's shot went through the net, the Heat watched in stunned disbelief.