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synonyms for tranced

  • senseless
  • paralyzed
  • comatose
  • cold
  • raving
  • out
  • drowsy
  • flattened
  • inanimate
  • inert
  • insensate
  • insensible
  • lethargic
  • numb
  • palsied
  • passed out
  • put away
  • stunned
  • stupefied
  • torpid
  • zonked
  • benumbed
  • bombed
  • blacked out
  • dead to the world
  • entranced
  • feeling no pain
  • in a trance
  • on the canvas
  • out like a light
  • swooning
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antonyms for tranced

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  • normal
  • unmoving
  • dull
  • plain
  • natural
  • ordinary
  • regular
  • normal
  • familiar
  • common
  • boring
  • repulsive
  • usual
            • unconfused
            • distinct
            • sunny
            • sure
            • definite
            • certain
            • clear
            • explained
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            How to use tranced in a sentence

            He waited by a stile, watching the sky of which sunset had made a tranced archipelago set in a tideless sea.
            SINISTER STREET, VOL. 1COMPTON MACKENZIE
            As, for example, that passion was part of her nature; therefore her very life, lying tranced.
            LORD ORMONT AND HIS AMINTA, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
            But when she spoke again there was in her voice a tranced stillness as though already it spoke from another world.
            THE SHADOW OF LIFEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
            He himself had fallen into a kind of tranced felicity, in which these questions no longer had other than an ingenious interest.
            WHERE THE BLUE BEGINSCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
            At the first glimpse of him, Lucy started not, nor stirred; but as if her own wand had there enchanted her, sat tranced.
            PIERRE; OR THE AMBIGUITIESHERMAN MELVILLE
            Even as the tranced swain, the book-lover yearns to tell others of his bliss.
            PIPEFULSCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
            Jeff awoke from his tranced surprise and the two women followed him to the seclusion of the vines.
            THE PRISONERALICE BROWN
            To amuse one's self with soldiers and islanders was one thing; to sit tranced all day in a cave with a stranger must be another.
            MARIANSONMARY HARTWELL CATHERWOOD
            He heard and saw her coming, and sat tranced and motionless, his eyes bent upon her.
            THE MARRIAGE OF WILLIAM ASHEMRS. HUMPHRY WARD
            With eyes filled and lips vaguely moving he fell into a strange revery, a sort of tranced stupor.
            WHILE CAROLINE WAS GROWINGJOSEPHINE DASKAM BACON
            SYNONYM OF THE DAY
            SEPTEMBER 21, 2021
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            lull

            WORDS RELATED TO TRANCED

            • dazed
            • dizzy
            • dreamy
            • groggy
            • ill-defined
            • indefinite
            • indistinct
            • muddled
            • murky
            • nebulous
            • obscure
            • stuporous
            • tranced
            • uncertain
            • unclear
            • unintelligible
            • unsound
            • vague
            • whirling
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