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dumbfounded

or dum·found·ed

[ duhm-foun-did, duhm-foun- ]
/ dʌmˈfaʊn dɪd, ˈdʌmˌfaʊn- /
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adjective
speechless with amazement; astonished or showing astonishment: I smiled at the dumbfounded look on their faces as their eyes widened and their mouths fell slack.
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