Definition of concuss
: to affect with or as if with concussion
Recent Examples of concuss from the Web
Taylor, 25, was concussed in the attack and needed six or seven staples to close a wound on his head, manager Pedro Lopez told the Review-Journal.
Other research has showed that female concussed athletes report more concussion symptoms than males.
After Joc Pederson got concussed in a collision with Yasiel Puig last week, Taylor emerged as the regular in center field.
The Steelers' best receiving threat in the position last year switched from Jesse James to Xavier Grimble back to James then Ladarius Green and back to the former Penn State tight end after Grimble was concussed out of the season.
Griffin suffered knee injuries in 2012 and 2013, dislocated his ankle in 2014, was concussed in a 2015 preseason game and fractured a bone in his left shoulder in 2016.
The festive crowd grew silent as an ambulance entered the field through the right-field gate and took the concussed, immobilized Choi to the hospital.
Sheary was concussed in a collision with Hornqvist.
Matt Niskanen's shot to Crosby's jaw early in Game 3 left Crosby concussed and his immediate future uncertain.
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Origin and Etymology of concuss
Latin concussus, past participle
First Known Use: 1597See Words from the same year
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Definition of concuss for English Language Learners
: to cause (someone) to suffer a concussion
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