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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to shock:   (279 results)

Often used in the same context:
shocker, surprise, disappointment, jolt, disbelief, fright, astonishment, dismay, upset, amazement, humiliation, bewilderment, awe, stun, elation, panic, horror, revulsion, sadness, reaction, disgust, anguish, suprise, shockwaves, dejection, trepidation, euphoria, shockwave, embarrassment, blow, deja vu, incredulity, outrage, puzzlement, sorrow, suddenness, agony, grief, stupefaction, anxiety, comedown, consternation, setback, stunner, bafflement, vindication, heartache, gasps, pain, capitulation, dread, shudder, incomprehension, devastation, sucker punch, joy, fear, delight, disquiet, regret, jubilation, sadden, letdown, shiver, thrill, heartbreak, startle, fury, shame, bombshell, backlash, indignation, thrashing, daze, disgrace, scare, bemusement, grips, unease, thriver, helplessness, clamminess, hysterics, despair, anger, mortification, speechlessness, chastening, nervousness, drubbing, thumping, convulsion, nightmare, whiplash, rejection, tailspin, sympathy, rollercoaster, discomfort, mauling, incredulousness, wipeout, shocks, jolts, concussion, repercussion, earthquake, crush, handicap, obstacle, smash, stressor, cramp, perturbation, spurt, storm, stimulation, hypothermic, arousal, hyperthermic, irradiation, treatment, hypertensive, hypoglycemic, hypotensive, interference, placebo, psychosomatic, quasistatic, statical, activation, called, cholestatic, excitation, hydrostatic, hypoglycaemic

More specific:
air cushion, air spring, cardiogenic shock, distributive shock, galvanize, hypovolemic shock, insulin reaction, insulin shock, obstructive shock, startle

Appears in the definition of:
., aftershock, air cushion, air spring, amazed, asphyxia, astonied, astonished, astounded, austenitic manganese steel, blip, bouncing putty, buffer, bumper, bump around, cardiogenic shock, cold, commando, convalesce, dazed, death, defibrillation, defibrillator, distributive shock, dopamine, dopastat, electric shock, electrocute, electrocution, fender, galvanise, galvanize, highly sensitive, hypersensitivity reaction, hypovolemic shock, intropin, jar, jolted, livid, loss, manganese steel, metrazol, numb, obstructive shock, pentamethylenetetrazol, pentylenetetrazol, psychic trauma, punks, ranger, recover, recuperate, reverberate, shaken, shake up, shock-headed, shock wave, soften, sonic boom, speechless, stagger, startling, stunned, stunning, stun baton, stun gun, stupefied, stupidp, suspension, suspension system, thrilling, toxic shock, toxic shock syndrome, transfusion reaction, trauma, tss

Part of:
suspension, suspension system

More general:
blow, bump, care for, churn up, clash, collapse, collect, collide, combat, damper, disgust, earthquake, fight, fighting, garner, gather, heap, horrify, injure, mass, mound, nauseate, physiological reaction, pile, pull together, quake, reflex, revolt, seism, sicken, stupefaction, surprise, temblor, treat, wound

appal, appall, ball over, blow, blow out of the water, concussion, cushion, daze, electric shock, electrical shock, floor, impact, offend, outrage, scandalize, seismic disturbance, shock absorber, stun, stupor, take aback, traumatize

Also try:
— Nouns for shock: proteins, therapy, wave, protein, waves, treatment, syndrome, absorber, tube, response, more...

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See shock used in context: 100 poetry verses, 6 Shakespeare works, 1 Bible passage, 75 definitions

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