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shell-shocked

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shellshocked

(shĕl′shŏkt′)
adj.
1. Suffering from shell shock.
2. Stunned, distressed, or exhausted from a prolonged trauma or an unexpected difficulty.
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She was entered, but didn't get in and I was absolutely shellshocked," said Roy Nash.
Those boys have been shellshocked over the last six weeks, so they deserve a big pat on the back for bouncing back in the way they did,' he said.
I'm shellshocked, this is Swansea City from last season all over again,' said Jones, whose Carmarthen Town team defeated Cardiff last season before going out in the last four after looking certain to beat the Swans.
Crazy for caterpillars: Upon arrival, perhaps stunned from their journey, the 10 tiny caterpillars appeared a bit shellshocked and didn't move inside their two vials.
ANDRIY SHEVCHENKO has been told he is not un-droppable as shellshocked UKRAINE try to salvage some World Cup pride.
The Whirlwind received a standing ovation from all 2,000 members of the crowd at Wembley Conference Centre for his gripping 6-5 triumph over shellshocked Peter Ebdon.
For his part, a shellshocked DiCaprio told the Los Angeles Times that the protests were "a big waste of time .
So he's shellshocked when Carmel tells him the truth about Arthur's parentage.
Jack Heron and Neil Dinnen then made it 4–1 just before the break to leave Largs shellshocked.
With Stoke on a winless run which now extends to eight games, the result seemed unlikely and shellshocked Swans will feel gutted to not have taken all three points after a rousing fightback.