Crossword clues for stun
- Hazel’s maybe about to hit for six?
- Turn senseless?
- Teachers' union's reeling in shock
- Take breath away by giving two veg a twist
- Blow away
- Knock the socks off
- "Star Trek" phaser setting
- Type of gun
- Knock senseless
- Leave dumbstruck
- Use a taser
- Leave flabbergasted
- Knock one's socks off
- More than impress
- Take by surprise
- Leave agape
- Catch off guard
- Cause to be immobile
- Catch unawares
- __ gun
- Sci-fi setting
- Leave dumbfounded
- Strike dumb
- Leave gobsmacked
- "Star Trek" setting?
- "Star Trek" phaser option
- What killer band will do
- Render dumbstruck
- Nonlethal phaser setting
- What killer performance will do
- What incredible band will do
- Usual phaser setting
- Surprise big-time
- Render dumbfounded
- Prompt jaws to drop, say
- Nonlethal gun type
- Leave in shock
- Kirk's favorite setting?
- Deliver a shocking surprise
- Beat in an upset
- What a sci-fi weapon will do
- Type of nonlethal gun
- Totally floor
- Surprise, and then some
- Stop with a Taser
- Stop in amazement
- Shoot, but not lethally
- Shoot non-lethally, perhaps
- Shock with surprise
- Shock with a Taser
- Shock but good
- Shock and amaze
- Setting for some sci-fi weapons
- Render openmouthed
- Really surprise
- Pull an upset on, say
- Pull a huge upset on
- Nuts (anag)
- Much more than surprise
- Mild "Star Trek" phaser setting
- Make speechless
- Make one slap one's forehead
- Low setting on a phaser
- Jar or rock
- Hit with a taser, for example
- Hit with a "Star Trek" gun
- Hit like a ton of bricks
- Greatly surprise
- Give a jolt to
- Do more than surprise
- Daft / Daze
- Bring to a standstill, say
- Boggle the mind
- Be shocking
- Antonym of "bore"
- Absolutely shock
- "Set phasers on ___" ("Star Trek" line)
- ''Star Trek'' phaser setting
- Immobilising weapon
- Daze (4)
- Knock for a loop
- Bowl over
- Throw for a loop
- Shock, overwhelm
- Phaser setting on "Star Trek"
- Floor, in a way
- Jar or shock
- Render speechless
- Leave speechless
- Take aback
- Zap, in a way
- Surprise greatly
- Wow, just wow
- Blow out of the water
- Phaser setting, on "Star Trek"
- "Star Trek" weapon setting
- Leave slack-jawed
- Make jaws drop
- Zap with a Taser
- Send reeling
- Leave open-mouthed
- Knock out
- "Set phasers to ___"
- Render open-mouthed
- Leave thunderstruck
- Taser, say
- Use a Taser on
- Sci-fi weapon setting
- Sci-fi phaser setting
- Render senseless
- Kind of gun
- Make senseless
- Deliver a haymaker
- ___ gun (electroshock weapon)
- Hit with a haymaker
- Knock silly
- Hit with a bean ball
- Model featured in tabloid shock
- Astound without ado
- Way peacekeepers use tasers, for example
- Knock unconscious
- Surprise as lunatics returning
- Startle idiots backing most of prank
- Shock, with things that are hard recalled
- Shock when gimmicky performance falls short
- Shock to have time with warm weather around
- Shock caused by unusual feat? No end
- Shock as spectacular feat is left unfinished
- Shock as tabloid pinches Telegraph leader
- Shock as almost attacked by bee
- Amazeballs? The reverse!
- Render unconscious
- Recurved bananas make quite an impact
- Briefly check for shock
- Bowl over, with very hot ball trapping opener in test
- Bowl over potty going the wrong way
- Bowl over, taking time in fine weather
- Heads up to deliver a knock-out blow
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Stun \Stun\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Stunned; p. pr. & vb. n. Stunning.] [OE. stonien, stownien; either fr. AS. stunian to resound (cf. D. stenen to groan, G. st["o]hnen, Icel. stynja, Gr. ?, Skr. stan to thunder, and E. thunder), or from the same source as E. astonish. [root]168.]
To make senseless or dizzy by violence; to render senseless by a blow, as on the head.
One hung a poleax at his saddlebow, And one a heavy mace to stun the foe.
To dull or deaden the sensibility of; to overcome; especially, to overpower one's sense of hearing.
And stunned him with the music of the spheres.
To astonish; to overpower; to bewilder.
William was quite stunned at my discourse.
Stun \Stun\, n. The condition of being stunned.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
n. 1 The condition of being stunned. 2 (context billiard snooker pool English) The effect on the cue ball where the ball is hit without topspin, backspin or sidespin. vb. 1 (context transitive English) To incapacitate; especially by inducing disorientation or unconsciousness. 2 (context transitive English) To shock or surprise. 3 (context snooker billiards English) To hit the cue ball so that it slides without topspin or backspin (and with or without sidespin) and continues at a natural angle after contact with the object ball
v. make senseless or dizzy by or as if by a blow; "stun fish" [syn: stupefy]
hit something or somebody as if with a sandbag [syn: sandbag]
Stun or STUN may refer to:
- STUN, a computer network protocol and methods
- Stun (Bloody Roar), a character in the Bloody Roar video game series
- Stun shot, in cue sports
Usage examples of "stun".
Patrol through the Grass Hills-or watch the white walls of the Accursed Forest for some giant stun lizard or cat big enough to cross the wards and take cattle or sheep.
The scene in Tokyo Bay, coming in the wake of the nuclear destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, offered a stunning lesson in the kind of material strength and affluence that might be attained under American-style democracy.
This, her first direct leap for liberty, set Clara panting, and so much had she to say that the nervous and the intellectual halves of her dashed like cymbals, dazing and stunning her with the appositeness of things to be said, and dividing her in indecision as to the cunningest to move him of the many pressing.
She had a headache scented with anisette, and her heart was stunned by the impression that Dr.
For those situations in which these measures prove inadequate, chemists have produced a stunning array of drugs to control the mind, such as those to enable people to relax, to become mentally aroused and alert, to sleep, to relieve anxiety, to overcome depression, to counteract attentional disorders, to improve the memory, and to experience euphoria, bliss, and even alleged mystical states of consciousness.
Spock released Bardan, pushing the boy into the path of the mutant so that they collided with a dull thump as he desperately struggled to get his phaser reset on stun.
Bella came to an abrupt and stunned stop on the last step out of the bartizan into the great hall.
These blocks of shadows on the polished wood, like the bodies themselves, remained immobile as the stunned faces attached to those bodies stared in astonishment at the gaunt, bespectacled man who stood behind the President in front of a portable blackboard on which he had drawn numerous diagrams using four different colours of chalk.
This was surely powerful magic, for the boomerang struck hard against the small head of the kangaroo, toppling her to the ground, stunned.
I watched the newscast, stunned by what they were saying, that Tilly Dunning, daughter of Congresswoman Marsha Dunning, had shot a coworker during an office party at the world-famous Mandrill Institute.
Me and the niggers hoeing weeds was stunned by the weight of that white sky that sank so low over the mangrove in the summer, but Mister Watson was singing his old songs.
Teron looked to the manhead, which sprawled across the landing, momentarily stunned.
As long as he was stunned by his sighting, as long as they could keep him fascinated by the possibility that a mermaid lurked offshore, they might be able to either push or pull him where they pleased.
Stunned, she had asked Miroe how the off worlders could justify the water of life if they knew that the mers were more than just animals.
Stunned, he viewed briefly over the missive from Henry once more, still not believing that, after all this time, he would see them again.