Later she held a video conference with the shell-shocked staff of the embassy in Tripoli.
The entire nation is mourning the news, shell-shocked by images of wailing children fleeing the schools single file.
Every person ... was probably a good person and just shell-shocked.
shell-shocked employees filing into the IMF this morning knew the implications would extend further.
This is not the first election cycle in which Republicans have been shell-shocked by reality.
Here and there shell-shocked boys sat weeping or moaning, and shaking with an ague.
Horror has shell-shocked every one, civilians as well as fighting-men.
There you were shell-shocked, in the last months of the war.
shell-shocked and buried; also gassed at second battle of Ypres.
The wounded and shell-shocked New Zealander had pegged out during the journey.
shell shock n.
See war neurosis.