- temporarily deprived of the power of speech, as by surprise or confusion; dumbfounded.
Origin of dumbstruck
Related Words for dumbstruckdumbfounded, startled, stunned, stupefied, amazed, astonished, astounded, flabbergasted
Examples from the Web for dumbstruck
Contemporary Examples of dumbstruck
He did, as all baseball players do after sliding into a base, but I was dumbstruck.How Peter Worthington Taught His Grandson to Love Baseball
May 23, 2013
Its victims include several bikini-clad women on a Bradenton beach, as well as dumbstruck males.Florida’s Wedgie Prankster: I’m Sorry!
January 16, 2013
Lehman was dumbstruck: $2 million could have saved 10,000 lives in the Lake Tanganyika region.Meet the Visionary Behind Africa's 'Floating Clinic'
March 11, 2011
Visiting as a reporter in 2007 and 2008, I was dumbstruck by the innovative work of these women, and by their utter moxie.The Safest Place in Somalia
November 14, 2010
Dumbstruck, near lovestruck, I simply listen to the sassy repartee.My Fabulous Life
November 14, 2009
Historical Examples of dumbstruck
- temporarily deprived of speech through shock or surprise