dumbfounded


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as if struck dumb with astonishment and surprise

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He added: "We are dumbfounded by the decision, it is like they are saying that is justifiable to discriminate against disabled people.
"But if you had said to me three weeks ago that Mitt Romney would get fewer votes than John McCain, and it looks like he'll be two million fewer, I would have been dumbfounded," he added.
The dealers stared at each other dumbfounded. Finally, one of them asked, "What did she roll?" The other answered, "I don't know--I thought you were watching."
The former university researchers spoke out after spending months assessing the costs and benefits of large single turbines - and were "dumbfounded" by their findings.
"I feel dumbfounded and blessed to be in the situation I am to be able to grow a business in this adverse economic environment," Tice says.
Hoping for three rare home points against opponents who had not gained a point in their six previous league encounters, Brace looked on dumbfounded.
I WRITE this letter because I am dumbfounded, not just as a lawyer but also as a law-abiding resident of this country, that a service provider of any reputable kind (especially one providing services intended for the benefit of children) could take my money, promise a service and then simply not provide it.
Lying in a crumpled heap, I assessed my injuries, found that I could stand, and painfully dragged myself up the stairs to find a couple huddled under an umbrella at the top, staring at me dumbfounded.
Now grown up and a teacher in Florida, he recounts his adventures in the Gossip Girl world in his new memoir, Dumbfounded.
I really am dumbfounded on how she thinks her comments are respectful of other lab workers and the profession in general.
The dumbfounded ams, who were more used to showcasing their kickflips, frantically scrambled to produce a show and had mixed results.
Though grateful, Jackson said, "I didn't even have much reaction, I was so dumbfounded."
Dyer's article "The Spiritual Journey for Youth" in the May/June 2006 issue, and I must say I am dumbfounded. Spirit is defined as a supernatural being or essence, as a Holy Spirit.
Claytronics is so far out that computer scientist Peter Lee, who's also at Carnegie Mellon, was dumbfounded when Goldstein told him about it.
True enough: Most San Francisco readers would look at the cartoons, which are at about the artistic level of Asterix, and be dumbfounded that anybody could commit murder over them.