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dazed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdazeddazed /deΙͺzd/ adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š SHOCKUNCONSCIOUSunable to think clearly, especially because of a shock, accident etc πŸ”Š Dazed survivors staggered from the wreckage.dazed look/expression etc πŸ”Š Her face was very pale and she wore a dazed expression.β–Ί see thesaurus at shocked
Examples from the Corpus
dazedβ€’ When the realization hit her, she just sat there looking dazed.β€’ A toothless old man from Baku, his double-breasted jacket beribboned with the medals of two world wars, looked dazed.β€’ He had stopped coughing, but still looked dazed.β€’ I stumbled from the office, feeling dazed and confused, and not really knowing where I was.β€’ I stumbled from the room dazed and confused, completely disoriented by what had just happened.β€’ We used to, watch them arrive, looking dazed and disappointed.β€’ She sounded dazed and vaguely surprised.β€’ She felt dazed and was drifting through life never feeling well, sleepless, anxious and just not coping.β€’ Daphne is in hospital, still dazed by the events of the last ten days.β€’ He stood there with a dazed expression on his face watching her pack her bags.β€’ Anxious family members sat dazed in the waiting room.β€’ When he met Eileen Ryan she was sitting on a bank with a dazed look, her bicycle up-ended in a ditch.β€’ They shuffled forward in a dazed manner holding hands, their labels hanging round their necks.β€’ The pile of dazed teachers jumped to their feet and chased after the Bookman.dazed look/expression etcβ€’ When he met Eileen Ryan she was sitting on a bank with a dazed look, her bicycle up-ended in a ditch.β€’ Meanwhile Hilda, sitting with Omite, had a dazed expression on her face.
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