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amnesia partial or complete loss of memory, esp. as a result of shock or injury to the brain.
appall to cause to feel horror, shock, dismay, or the like.
appalling causing shock, dismay, or consternation; frightful.
brace to steady (oneself), as against a force, shock, or disappointment. [1/10 definitions]
bumper a device for minimizing damage by absorbing the shock of impact, esp. the metal structure often found at the front and back of motor vehicles. [1/7 definitions]
bungee cord a strong elastic cord with hooks on each end, used to strap things down or absorb the shock of a suddenly applied force. Long bungee cords are used in the sport of bungee jumping.
cardioversion application of an electric shock to restore heartbeat.
cold sweat perspiration accompanied by a chilly feeling, induced by fear, shock, anxiety, or the like.
concussion a violent shaking or heavy blow; shock. [2 definitions]
cushion something used to absorb shock or prevent damage from friction. [2/5 definitions]
daze to stun, as by a blow or shock. [1/3 definitions]
dazed stunned with shock or disbelief. [1/2 definitions]
defibrillate to stop the fibrillation of (a heart), usu. by administering electric shock.
delirium a temporary state of mental disturbance sometimes caused by high fever, shock, or intoxication, and characterized by confusion, hallucinations, delusions, disturbed speech, and the like. [1/2 definitions]
dumb silent, as from an emotional shock. [1/4 definitions]
electrify to shock, startle, or excite. [1/3 definitions]
enfant terrible (French) an unconventional, outrageous, irritating person whose behavior or ideas shock and offend. [1/2 definitions]
flash to expose one's genitals or breasts briefly in public in order to shock others. [1/17 definitions]
galvanic affecting as if by an electric shock; shocking. [1/2 definitions]
gasp a sudden, brief, convulsive taking in of air through the mouth, as in shock or a condition of breathlessness. [1/3 definitions]
honestly used to express surprise or mild shock. [1/2 definitions]