adjective as in overcome
adjective as in stunned
adjective as in stupefied
adjective as in hopped-up
adjective as in drugged
adjective as in dumbfounded
adjective as in dumbstruck
When I became aware that an intern of mine had been sexually harassed by a producer while making the film, I was blown away.
Of course, the loud buzzing of such drones and towels being blown away would have been a dead giveaway to the pool girls.
Cunningham was blown away by HyperCard when he first saw it, but he found it cumbersome.
Truly, I wanted to be blown away and feel like this guy would be like Robert Downey Jr. was in Iron Man.
“Truly, I wanted to be blown away and feel like this guy would be just like Robert Downey Jr. was in Iron Man,” says Gunn.
Did we pledge ourselves to the support of an airy nothing—a bubble that must be blown away by the first breath of disaffection?
If the hood had not been securely fastened, it would have been blown away long before.
The hood, which might have been easily blown away, was fastened more securely with ropes, crossed above and at the back.
The Indians had come to a halt and the horses were grazing on the side of a hill where the wind had blown away the snow.
But she did not say so, and it really did seem to the Duchess as though all her vengeance had been blown away by the winds.
On this page you'll find 200 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blown-away, such as: dazed, benumbed, coked, doped, floating, and flying.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.