(Nautical) Said of a ship, when the wind, suddenly changing, forces the sails aft against the mast.
To fluster is defined as to make someone become agitated, nervous or confused.
To jolt is defined as to push, prod, shake, or surprise someone abruptly or in order to make them act, or to lurch or move ungracefully.
Astonished, taken aback.
To daze or render senseless, as by a blow or loud noise.
Ambush means to attack by surprise.
(Obs.) To overcome
Petrify is to change organic matter into something stone like, or to cause extreme fear.
To wait for and accost (a person) on the way
To hammer and bend or flatten the headless end of (a nail or bolt) so as to fasten something.
To overcome emotionally
To daze is defined as to confuse someone or to make him unable to react or think properly.
Held balanced or steady in readiness:
To astound, amaze, or bewilder
Dumbfound is defined as to amaze someone, or to make someone speechless because of shock.
To take in with one's senses or intellect.
To move or rush tumultuously, violently, or angrily:
To interfere with; hinder; impede
To fill with alarm or anxious concern.
To be out of harmony; clash or conflict:
Awe is defined to cause someone to be impressed or have feelings of reverence.
To put in legal possession of a particular thing; assign ownership to
To confuse or trouble with uncertainty or doubt.
To cover or furnish with a floor
To capture physically; seize:
To consider reasonable or due:
To detect automatically:
To become suddenly afraid
To elicit or detect through surprise:
To become unsettled
To confuse is to make someone bewildered or unable to understand, or to mistake one thing for something else.
Having knowledge or discernment of something:
To be filled with curiosity or doubt:
(Sports) To bite on or take (bait or a lure). Used of a fish.
To inspire admiration or wonder.
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