broken into many small pieces
impaired or destroyed
dumbfounded or thoroughly upset
informal tired out or exhausted
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How to use shattered in a sentence
shattered by the verdict, I understood our country to be in a dismal state.Maya Angelou Knew How To Inspire As A Writer, Teacher, and Great Human Being | Joshua DuBois | May 28, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
shattered completely, she crumbled toward the exit and disappeared.
There will be a lot of “This Is How We Live Now” and “shattered Innocence” in the weeks to come.
shattered glass from a row of blown-out windows crunched beneath her feet.
shattered pieces of glass and yellow police tape surrounded the spot.
shattered bulwarks, ragged rents in the hulls, sails in tatters and drooping cordage told the story of the desperate battle.Stories of Our Naval Heroes | Various
shattered as were the bows of the wreck, he had succeeded in saving the two cat-heads with their three pulley-blocks.Toilers of the Sea | Victor Hugo
shattered cars and splintered lances, hewed and ready for the fire, Piled and ranged in perfect order into many a funeral pyre.Maha-bharata | Anonymous
shattered by the scorn of the Puritans, the stage had not dared to raise its arm for a blow.The English Stage | Augustin Filon
shattered by grief and misfortune he returned to England, where his enemies had planned his certain downfall.The White Doe | Sallie Southall Cotten