dumbfounded[ duhm-found, duhm-found ]SEE DEFINITION OF dumbfounded
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DUMBFOUNDED
Dumbfounded was a colorless word to describe her state of mind.
Captain Price was so dumbfounded that for a moment words failed him.
Then the two withdrew, dumbfounded, to a corner of the room.
I was dumbfounded for the instant, and scarce knew how to act.
I was dumbfounded at this fresh and more intimate glimpse of her.
Jon was dumbfounded when he saw the bolt ricochet off the ship.
The others had waited in a state of suspension, dumbfounded at what was going on.
When requested to deliver the dogs to Simpson, Alfred was dumbfounded.
Seaton paused, dumbfounded, in the act of lighting his pipe.
At the sight of the cat he was so dumbfounded that his reason wavered for a moment.