How did 12 people come up with a verdict that stunned America?
Obama was as stunned as if that other Romney in the portrait had come to life and appeared before him.
GWS took a lesson every day and was stunned by the improvement and ensuing tan that followed.
“Many Taliban were stunned,” says the commander, declining to be named for security reasons.
“I was stunned when Eric Cantor lost his primary election,” Labrador said in a statement today.
Then she feared he might be stunned, so she swam to him and dragged him to the shore.
He was stunned—that any man having on a One-Eye hat could act so bad.
The reply came upon me like a shower bath; I was both chilled and stunned by so unexpected a shock.
It stunned the two men who were nearest where the ball struck, and that was all.
stunned, powerless, like a straw on the face of a torrent, he was swept onward he knew not whither.
c.1300, "to daze or render unconscious" (from a blow, powerful emotion, etc.), probably a shortening of Old French estoner "to stun" (see astonish). Stunning popularized for "splendid, excellent" c.1849.