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Synonyms for shocked

struck with fear, dread, or consternation

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And he said if they did we must be horribly surprised and shocked.
Burch, who seemed somewhat shocked, and was about to open her lips to ask if Rebecca was not a "professor.
They would be shocked at the propo- sition of fellowshipping a SHEEP-stealer; and at the same time they hug to their communion a MAN- stealer, and brand me with being an infidel, if I find fault with them for it.
But I was really quite shocked the other day for Mr.
And so Patty told me, and I was excessively shocked indeed
Elinor, though greatly shocked, still felt unable to believe it.
Suddenly his eye gave a blink, as if it had met something that either dazzled or shocked its pupil; turning, he said in more rapid accents than he had hitherto used -
Fanny seemed to herself never to have been shocked before.
I was shocked, not perhaps so much shocked as disillusioned, for though I had always suspicioned Mary A as one who harboured the craziest ambitions when she looked most humble, of such presumption as this I had never thought her capable.
Martin was not deeply affected by his failure, though he was surprised at Ruth's shocked expression when he told her Professor Hilton's advice.
It was the first time she had heard an oath from the lips of a man she knew, and she was shocked, not merely as a matter of principle and training, but shocked in spirit by this rough blast of life in the garden of her sheltered maidenhood.
And yet, let me add finally, never have I been so appalled and shocked by the world's cruelty as have I been appalled and shocked in the midst of happy, laughing, and applauding audiences when trained-animal turns were being performed on the stage.
I little dreamed that the time would come when the Oakland water-front, which had shocked me at first would be shocked and annoyed by the devilry of the things I did.
It will not be wondered at that a creature who had so strict a regard to decency in her own person, should be shocked at the least deviation from it in another.
I know for myself that I was shocked into admiration of the boy, and I saw in him the splendid invincibleness of immortality rising above the flesh and the fears of the flesh, as in the prophets of old, to condemn unrighteousness.