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Correct spelling:
A sudden shake; concussion; offence; sudden and painful emotion.
Pile of sheaves.
To shake by violence; offend; dismay.
wonder (noun)
wonder, fascination, amazement, wonderment, reverence, bewilderment, astonishment, awe, marvel.
amazement (noun)
surprise, bewilderment, amazement, wonder, astonishment, awe.
electricity (noun)
transmitter, capacitance, diode, electronics, juice, amperes, radar, alternating current, electrostatic, monitor, discharge, ohm, electromagnetism, watt, DC, electricity, magnetism, anode, AC, CRT, megahertz, circuit, positive, receiver, amplifier, FM, frequency, radio, speaker, tube, circuit card, motherboard, network, polarity, electrode, CPU, triode, impedance, microphone, induction, resistor, kilohertz, capacitor, spark, wattage, current, memory, transistor, cycle, negative, conductor, IC, computer, television, resistance, charge, processor, direct current, tweeter, insulator, video, volt, voltage, cathode, backplane, connection.
surprise (verb)
surprise, jolt, astonish, startle, astound, take aback, catch unawares, stun.
displease (verb)
repel, grate, disgust, irritate, annoy, provoke, bother, anger, rile, aggrieve, scandalize, displease, offend, jar, disturb, disappoint.
alarm (verb)
startle, panic, alarm, surprise, signal, frighten, alert, dismay, scare.
Other synonyms:
take aback, traumatise, floor, blow out of the water, seismic disturbance, scandalize, stupor, cushion, electrical shock, outrage, daze, impact, stun, ball over, electric shock, blow, traumatize, shock absorber, scandalise, offend.
Examples of usage:
  1. " You want to shock me. - "A Hazard of New Fortunes, Part Fifth", William Dean Howells.
  2. It's been a great shock ter me, Mrs. 'Odges. - "Liza of Lambeth", W. Somerset Maugham.
  3. At almost every turn in New York, one comes across some building that gives one a little shock of pleasure. - "America To-day, Observations and Reflections", William Archer.

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