dazed


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  • adj

Synonyms for dazed

Synonyms for dazed

in a state of mental numbness especially as resulting from shock

Related Words

stunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion)

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He began to be too dazed to think clearly and ceased very much to care what would happen to him.
Pierre gazed now with dazed eyes at these sharpshooters who ran in couples out of the circle.
He stood looking at her, a dazed and bewildered man.
She sat and looked in a dazed sort of way at the empty space upon her finger.
He called for the drinks, and, still dazed and pondering, held up his own arm, and looked at it as at some new strange thing.
His head and arms and shoulders ached, the small of his back ached, - he ached all over, and his brain was heavy and dazed.
Mirabel sat down in a corner, in a dazed state as I thought.
He was knocked to the canvas backwards, and sideways, was punched in the clinches and in the break-aways--stiff, jolty blows that dazed his brain and drove the strength from his muscles.
As my dazed faculties cleared I observed that the body was in evening dress; the overcoat thrown wide open revealed the dress-coat, the white tie, the broad expanse of shirt front pierced by the sword.
So dazed was I for the moment that I was scarcely aware of the fact that we were being held up by the police.
He tried to rush to the door, but he was too dazed, and fell against the wall.
After a particularly fierce blow, he crawled to his feet, too dazed to rush.
Maud was leaning against the wall, one hand out for support; but he was staggering, his left hand pressed against his forehead and covering his eyes, and with the right he was groping about him in a dazed sort of way.
and certainly the reading and sewing lessons found her at their conclusion each day somewhat dazed and wholly exhausted.
Shuan was on his feet in a trice; he still looked dazed, but he meant murder, ay, and would have done it, for the second time that night, had not the captain stepped in between him and his victim.