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  • adjective Not shocked

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Examples

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

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  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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

    Possession

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

    June 2004

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

    Archive 2004-06-01

  • 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

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