Shock synonyms

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The definition of a clash is a loud metallic bang, or a sharp disagreement.
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To comply with the wishes or ideas of (another) in order to keep that person satisfied or unaware of criticism; indulge:
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An act of jolting.
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The effect of a mental blow
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(Intransitive) To move suddenly, or be excited, on feeling alarm; to start.
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To bewilder with sudden surprise; astonish greatly; amaze
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To excite or disturb the feelings of
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To fill with horror or dismay; shock
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(Intransitive, slang) To be very undesirable (see also suck).
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To cause to lose enthusiasm or resolution; disillusion or discourage:
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To break up the quiet or serenity of; agitate (what is quiet or still)
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To cause unpleasant surprise to; shock:
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To knock or strike sharply.
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To hurt the feelings of; cause to feel resentful, angry, or displeased; insult
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To produce anger or resentment in:
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(Informal) To get away from or rid of
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Psychological or emotional injury caused by a deeply disturbing experience.
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The force or energy of a collision of two objects.
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To shock someone.
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To cause electricity to pass through; to affect by electricity; to give an electric shock to.
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To arouse strong feeling in:
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Surprise is defined as to cause someone to feel amazed at something unexpected, do or say something unintentional.
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A stunned or bewildered condition:
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A state in which one has difficulty in thinking or using one's senses.
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Alternative spelling of traumatise.
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(UK, less common) Alternative spelling of appall.
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An automobile, airplane, or other vehicle accident.
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The remains of anything, often, specif., a motor vehicle, that has been destroyed or badly damaged
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Something that excites:
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The definition of a hysteria is a craze or a state of extreme emotional excitement or upset.
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The definition of a concussion is a violent shaking or a shock, or an injury to the brain, particularly as the result of heavy blow to the head.
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An abrupt loss of perceived value or of effect:
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To offend (someone) by being rude, insensitive or insolent; to demean or affront (someone). [from 17th c.]
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To rebel, particularly against authority.
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To make ashamed or uneasy; disconcert.
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To become angry:
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Floor is defined as to cover with a bottom surface, or to press down or astound someone.
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To disturb one's sense of propriety
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Make (someone) worried or anxious
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(Law) To help; aid
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To be agreeable; give pleasure; satisfy
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Failure to distinguish between things
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A disease.
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A particular form of hurt, damage, or loss:
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To fill with sudden wonder or great surprise; amaze
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Bum is slang for borrowing without planning to return.
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To call for and obtain payment of:
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To cause to feel disgust; be sickening, repulsive, or very distasteful to
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A sudden movement of the Earth's lithosphere (its crust and upper mantle). Earthquakes are caused by the release of built-up stress within rocks along geologic faults or by the movement of magma in volcanic areas. They are usually followed by aftershocks.
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To struggle or work hard in trying to beat or overcome someone or something; contend
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To force (away, out, or off) or bring (into a specified condition) by making afraid
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To make unable to move or act:
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To strike with sudden fear; alarm.
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(Snooker, billiards) To hit the cue ball so that it slides without topspin or backspin (with or without sidespin) and continues at a natural angle after contact with the object ball
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To fill with terror; make deeply afraid:
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of or characterized by content that is intentionally shocking, offensive, vulgar, etc.
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A rise or increase, as in prices or enrollment.
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(Countable) the detonation of a percussion cap in a firearm
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A violent collision
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To overcome with consternation; unnerve; dismay
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Daunt is defined as to intimidate someone.
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To inflict wounds or a wound on.
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The act or process of gathering into a mass.
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A row or panel of items stored or grouped together.
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Something moving along in a current of air or water:
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(Informal) A great number or amount
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A natural elevation of the earth's surface, typically rounded and smaller than a mountain
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(Religion, usually as the Mass) The sacrament of the Eucharist.
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A disagreeable mixture or confusion of things; hence, a situation resulting from blundering or from misunderstanding; a disorder.
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A group of things collected in a mass or heap:
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A large mass of earth and rock, rising above the common level of the earth or adjacent land, usually given by geographers as above 1000 feet in height (304.8 metres), though such masses may still be described as hills in comparison with larger mountains.
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A lot of money; fortune
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The part of a computer memory used to store data temporarily: retrieval of data from it is in reverse order to its storage
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(Rare) Collision of moving bodies
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Strike is a term used in baseball for a pitched ball that is counted against the batter.
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To be afraid:
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Right means correctly, completely, thoroughly or exactly.
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(Intransitive) To provide assistance.
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The prescribed form or customary procedure, as in a meeting or court of law:
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The physical reaction or shock caused by the flow of electricity through the body.
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a reflex response to the passage of electric current through the body
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A mechanical device designed to smooth out or damp any sudden shock impulse and dissipate kinetic energy; usually consists of a combination of a spring and a dashpot
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(Games) The rim bordering the playing surface of a billiard table.
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(Physics) The fourth derivative of the position vector with respect to time; the time derivative of jerk.
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an instance of agitation of the earth's crust
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(pathology) To injure, e.g. tissues, by force or by thermal, chemical or other agents.
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surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off
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surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off
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(Idiomatic) To surprise or shock; to discomfit.
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strike with disgust or revulsion
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An involuntary shaking or trembling of the head or extremities that can be idiopathic or associated with any of various medical conditions, such as Parkinson's disease.
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To cause (the stomach) to feel ill.
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(Statistics) The expected value of a random variable.
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A large white puffy cloud that develops through convection. On a hot, humid day, they can form towers and even become cumulonimbus clouds.
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