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astonied

[ uh-ston-eed ]
/ əˈstɒn id /
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adjective Archaic.
dazed; bewildered; filled with consternation.
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Origin of astonied

1300–50; Middle English, past participle of astonyen to astonish; see -ed2
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British Dictionary definitions for astonied

astonied
/ (əˈstɒnɪd) /

adjective
archaic stunned; dazed

Word Origin for astonied

C14: from astonyen to astonish
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