English version

daze

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdazedaze /deɪz/ noun   in a daze
Examples from the Corpus
dazeAfter she had put the phone down, she felt in a daze.Bellamy was shaking his head in a daze.Claudia followed him in a daze.Wynne-Jones stood as if in a daze.Jenna lay in a daze, her whole being shaken.A group of whirligig beetles span round and round on the surface of the water putting me in a daze.Right now I feel more happy, more satisfied than in any post-coital daze.In a kind of distracted daze, she stood on the sidelines as the police arrived and started asking questions.
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