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    1. When he didn’t feel a shock, he tested it again, touching the keyboard for a longer amount of time before quickly pulling his hand back again

    2. He turns off the radio, waits a couple of seconds, turns the radio back on again, listens with a growing look of shock and alarm

    3. John raises one hand, shakes his head in shock and

    4. ‘It must have been a nasty shock all the same

    5. John has stopped writing, is staring at the President in obvious shock

    6. Imagine the shock to the family when he announced his intention to marry a catholic hotel maid! This love dynamic in his life was the catalyst for his search for religious truth

    7. Dave looks at the sky in shock, then at John

    8. ‘Yes … it was a shock when it happened but I sometimes think that it wasn’t such a bad thing

    9. ‘Bloody hell! That must have been a dreadful shock to her

    10. Never underestimate the combination of adrenaline, pain, shock and anger all at the same time

    1. He had to admit it, the native women had shocked him enough that he came to her

    2. Serpent was shocked to receive such an ill-fitting name

    3. A bit shocked, Al Snafu peers with concern at John, trying to remember where they might have met

    4. He maintains he was totally unaware of this and is shocked that his wife of only a few years should have behaved so badly

    5. "I notice it's quite a bit later," Glenelle said, letting her eyes tell her how shocked she was at how much later

    6. Now I was shocked

    7. Rafa looked momentarily shocked and outraged

    8. The other woman were shocked

    9. "I'm shocked it hasn't been melted down

    10. Man in love ---> (Shocked) What? Who are you?

    1. You would be surprised how shocking that can be

    2. Sammy sat behind a cheap desk wearing a shocking pin-stripe suit

    3. After that the rest of the damage didn't take too long and nothing was quite as shocking as seeing the Bechstein shattered down the middle by a tattooed gorilla with a baseball bat

    4. rather than absolute shocking blue revelation

    5. Her head was awash with the thrill of shocking the good citizens of

    6. 1963, you’ll recall how shocking and sad it was

    7. took hold of the fence, it was a shocking experience

    8. think that’s shocking ask yourself how another maiden aunt of this

    9. Melodies are betrayed by shocking timing

    10. All that matters now is that he is there, in the storm with her, shielding her as best he can from the driving winds and rain of shocking fortune

    1. Five pale-skinned men in worn fatigues, grubby looking men with wild shocks of hair, were shown laying face down on the tarmac at Tunis airport, surrounded by black-clad soldiers in masks holding automatic weapons

    2. Shocks and disgusts wheeze out their chests,

    3. Of all the dreadful shocks experienced that day, nothing compared to the sudden and degrading catastrophe that he had just suffered as he’d bent down to pick up the soap in the prison shower

    4. This is something that always shocks and only makes sense after the

    5. Of all the dreadful shocks experienced that day,

    6. This was done, and the princess in her chamber only felt two little shocks, and she was at home again

    7. The ego cooks up any number of reasons to dish out fear, anxiety, physical pain, sadness, despair, and all of the “thousand natural shocks that flesh is heir to

    8. Stimulant chemicals to replace the relaxants; short busts of high intensity electric shocks was normally the final attempt at resuscitation, but they tried as a desperate measure the method of inducing high frequency pulses directly into the limbic region in order to stimulate chemical uptake throughout the entire brain

    9. She is taught mind control lessons while sitting on a chair that allows electric shocks into whatever is sitting on it

    10. Other methods such as electric shocks, beatings and pro-longed sleep deprivation were also used

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    Synonyms for "shock"

    electric shock electrical shock shock impact cushion shock absorber blow jar jolt jounce seismic disturbance daze stupor traumatise traumatize ball over blow out of the water floor take aback appal appall offend outrage scandalise scandalize disturbance agitation commotion quake convulsion seism collision clash encounter trauma concussion scare startle stun start disturb disgust revolt sicken nauseate horrify strike collide meet

    "shock" definitions

    the feeling of distress and disbelief that you have when something bad happens accidentally

    the violent interaction of individuals or groups entering into combat

    a reflex response to the passage of electric current through the body

    (pathology) bodily collapse or near collapse caused by inadequate oxygen delivery to the cells; characterized by reduced cardiac output and rapid heartbeat and circulatory insufficiency and pallor

    an instance of agitation of the earth's crust

    an unpleasant or disappointing surprise

    a pile of sheaves of grain set on end in a field to dry; stalks of Indian corn set up in a field

    a bushy thick mass (especially hair)

    a sudden jarring impact

    a mechanical damper; absorbs energy of sudden impulses

    surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off

    strike with disgust or revulsion

    strike with horror or terror

    collide violently

    collect or gather into shocks

    subject to electrical shocks

    inflict a trauma upon