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Astonish, to confound with some sudden emotion; 1) to strike with admiration: “whose beauty did a. the survey of richest eyes,” All's V, 3, 16. “thou hast --ed me with thy high terms,” H6A I, 2, 93. V, 5, 2. Hml. III, 2, 340 (Qq stonish).
2) to amaze, to stun with fear and terror: “stone-still, --ed with this deadly deed,” Lucr. 1730. “neither he nor his compeers my verse --ed,” Sonn. 86, 8. “you have --ed him,” H5 V, 1, 40. “a. these fell-lurking curs,” H6B V, 1, 146. “such dreadful heralds to a. us,” Caes. I, 3, 56.
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