dazed

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adjective \ˈdāzd\

Definition of dazed

  1. :  unable to think clearly or act normally due to injury, shock, bewilderment, fatigue, etc. After a particularly fierce blow, he crawled to his feet, too dazed to rush. — Jack London She sat confused and dazed after hearing the news.; also :  characteristic of one who is dazed had a dazed look on her face

dazedly

play \ˈdā-zəd-lē\ adverb … a lethargy so complete that he could lie on his bed for an hour at a time, staring dazedly into space … — J. K. Rowling

dazedness

play \ˈdā-zəd-nəs, ˈdāzd-\ noun … mistaking for dazedness the profound concentration of his mind. — Booth Tarkington

First Known Use of dazed

15th century



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