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shock
Definition:
To gather ( grain) into a shock or shocks.

Synonyms:

noun
act
impact, shock.
alarm
consternation.
amazement
bewilderment, awe, astonishment, wonder, amazement.
blow
misfortunes, kos, zap, upper-cut, whomps, bombshells, poke, slap, bombshell, thwack, blindside, uppercuts, knuckle sandwich, whomp, bolt from the blue, uppercut.
complete surprise; blow
confusion, collapse, crash, stupefaction, percussion, clash, scare, upset, impact, double whammy, hysteria, injury, prostration, excitement, distress, whammy, encounter, earthquake, disturbance, collision, concussion, bump, trauma, breakdown, awe, stupor, consternation, stroke, eye-opener, start, jarring, bombshell, jolt, turn, wreck, Traumatism, ram.
dizziness
vertiginousness.
earthquake
quaker, temblor, macroseism, quakers, seismism, seimicity, trembler, quake, microseism.
electricity
fm, triode, magnetism, diode, discharge, conductor, spark, resistor, alternating current, frequency, capacitor, polarity, current, tube, voltage, radio, computer, wattage, induction, cathode, negative, watt, transistor, electromagnetism, megahertz, electrostatic, insulator, positive, microphone, network, capacitance, speaker, memory, circuit, electronics, circuit card, amperes, monitor, processor, ohm, kilohertz, ic, connection, impedance, crt, cycle, backplane, anode, radar, charge, tweeter, electrode, resistance, video, amplifier, ac, volt, direct current, receiver, transmitter, electricity, juice, television, motherboard.
flinch
start.
group
shock.
hair
ruff, villus, split ends, eyelashes, moustache, thatches, sideburn, Manes, eyebrow, Cilia, Vibrissae, cowlick, eyelash, thatch, Villi, frizzies, eyebrows, sideburns, mane, moustaches, Downs, ruffs, cilium, strands, vibrissa, split end.
impact
Appulse.
impulse
impulsion, impulsions, vibration.
leap
jump.
mound
molehill, molehills, Tumuli, anthills, anthill, tumulus.
mountain
sierra, sierras, pike, ton, mountains, Volcanoes, crag, crags, volcano, tons, volcanos.
shock
scandalise, blow out of the water, impact, offend, scandalize, ball over, electrical shock, stupor, outrage, seismic disturbance, shock absorber, daze, floor, stun, cushion, electric shock, take aback, traumatize, traumatise, blow.
state
shock.
surprise
suddenness, curveball, epiphanies, precipitousness, eye-openers, eureka, eye-opener.
touch
rubbing, touchings, Palpations, Taction, rubbings, tactility, fondling, palpation.
trauma
traumatization.
tuft
tussock, tussocks, topknots, topknot, Top-knot, plumage, plumages.
wallop
haymaker, haymakers, wallop.
wonder
marvel, reverence, fascination, wonderment.
verb
alarm
dismay, panic, signal, frighten, surprise, startle, scare, alert, alarm.
body
shock.
completely surprise
scandalize, sicken, overcome, hit like ton of bricks, stun, numb, appall, disquiet, rock, horrify, anger, stagger, daze, shake, insult, flabbergast, disgust, traumatize, flood, disturb, revolt, astound, dismay, abash, floor, bowl over, stupefy, jar, knock out, displease, agitate, shake up, outrage, throw a curve, startle, paralyze, unsettle, give a turn, nauseate, overwhelm, electrify, offend, antagonize.
contact
shock.
displease
irritate, anger, disturb, repel, rile, provoke, annoy, bother, aggrieve, disappoint, grate, jar, scandalize, displease, offend, disgust.
emotion
shock.
surprise
astound, take aback, stun, catch unawares, astonish, jolt.
Examples of usage:
  1. " Sir George gave me quite a shock to- day when he spoke of you. – A Maker of History by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  2. I don't wish to shock anyone. – Signora Fantastici by Madame de Stael, translated by Frank J. Morlock
  3. It is not pleasant to think what that shock must have been. – Notes of a War Correspondent by Richard Harding Davis
  4. There probably won't be any shock, and we should land right side up, but there's no sense in taking chances. – The Galaxy Primes by Edward Elmer Smith
  5. Above all things she was told to avoid for him any sort of shock. – Gilbert Keith Chesterton by Maisie Ward

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