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  • adj. Not shocked


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  • This cooler gas, called the unshocked ejecta, was also synthesized in the supernova blast.

    Image Gallery

  • He hears people saying the unsayable — that the sacrament of that Mass is only a scrap of bread — and is unshocked.

    The Men Who Made England

  • I'm as shocked that Greg Sargent's piece here didn't mention the fact that Clinton and Obama's votes were "safe" as I am unshocked that they voted the way they did.

    Obama, Hillary Both Vote Against The No-Timelines Iraq Funding Bill

  • The reader is most likely unshocked as well, and will only be shocked when someone writes about the poor Raymond Chandler detective stereotype detective who does not drink and refuses to fall in love with the dame.

    Water for Old Bet

  • No words can describe the amazement of the courtiers when they beheld this rude merchant withstand the encounter unshocked.

    The History of the Caliph Vathek

  • Well, I'm sorry, but I remained resolutely unshocked and unmoved by this scene.


  • And the flat-faced boy, who waited, looked unshocked and uninterested.

    The Amazing Interlude

  • Before she reached the level where she could surrender herself, forgetful of the rites imposed by law, unshocked by her lover's brutality, she had been losing every ingrafted and inherited modification that had united her with the world in which she had been an exotic.

    The Emigrant Trail

  • Towards Lovelace, on the other hand, the orthodox attitude, with even greater uniformity, has been shocked, or sometimes even unshocked, admiration.

    The English Novel

  • Hence, when her cousin at length ventured to attack even those doctrines which all women who have received a Christian education would naturally be expected to revere the most, she was able to listen to him unshocked.

    Thomas Wingfold, Curate


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