shock[ shok ]SEE DEFINITION OF shock
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Even Hope's strong constitution felt the shock of this adventure.
She had a shock every time she came in and found it still there.
And with his head still turned, Andrew felt a shock and flounder.
One purpose of this introduction is to prepare the reader for such a shock.
In growth all is adjusted to capacity; it is not meant to shock, force, or frighten.
She had not life enough left to resist the shock of her father-in-law's blows.
The shock, we are told, brought on a paralytic seizure of which he died.
A sudden throb of shock masked in the surface indifference of intonation.
It was only that her faith in him had had a shock and was slow of reviving.
Wilson was breathing quietly: his color was coming up, as he rallied from the shock.