dazed[ deyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF dazed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAZED
Soon the table was covered with weapons, selected in a dazed way, he knew not why.
But Andrew, walking like one dazed, had crossed the room slowly.
She stood an instant holding them in her hand, a dazed expression on her face.
The creature looked about him in a dazed, uncomprehending manner.
To the dazed, feverish girl, the figure seemed to have two pairs of arms.
Dazed by the sudden ending to his chase, Frank remained a while standing by the tree.
He had, in truth, the dazed manner of one stupefied by some powerful narcotic.
Dazed I was, to be sure, scarce comprehending the calamity that had befallen us.
For an instant only Charlie looked up at him in a dazed, only half-understanding.
He had been too dazed to resist; he had not known what had gripped him in his unconsciousness and weakness.
"a dazed condition," 1825, from daze (v.).