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[stˈʌn], [stˈʌn], [s_t_ˈʌ_n]

Synonyms for Stun:

amaze (verb)

amaze, astonish, astound, bewilder, daze, dazzle, impress, overwhelm, surprise.

disable (verb)

abrogate, anesthetize, benumb, botch, cramp, cripple, deaden, disable, disarm, dull, enfeeble, hamper, hamstring, handicap, hinder, hobble, impair, incapacitate, invalidate, lame, neutralize, paralyze, prostrate, sap, scotch, screw up, stupefy, tamper, undermine, vitiate, weaken.

surprise (verb)

catch unawares, jolt, shock, startle, take aback.

Other synonyms and related words:

agitate, alarm, amazed, amazement, amazing, anaesthetize, appal, appall, arrest, assify, astonished, astonishing, astonishment, astounded, astounding, awake the dead, awe, awesome, awestrike, baffle, ball over, bamboozle, barrage, bash, batter, beat, beat about the bush, beat-up, beautiful, bedaze, bedazzle, befuddle, bemuse, besot, bewilderment, blast, blast the ear, blind, blindside, blow away, blow down, blow mind, blow one's mind, blow out of the water, bludgeon, blunt, boggle, boggle the mind, bombardment, boom, bop, bowl down, bowl over, brain, bring down, bring up short, brutalize, brutify, burden, check, chloroform, clip, clobber, clock, club, coldcock, collapse, collide violently, coma, concuss, confound, confuse, conk, consternate, cosh, crash, crescendo, crown, crush, cudgel, cuff, dazed, deaf, deafen, deck, defy, deject, deliver, depress, desensitize, devastate, din, discombobulate, discomfit, discompose, disconcert, disgust, dismay, disquiet, distract, disturb, dizzy, dragoon, drive, drive over, drug, dumb found, dumbfound, dumbfounder, dumfound, dumfounder, dump, elbow, electrify, embarrass, enchant, etherize, extinguish, extraordinary, fabulous, faint, fascinate, faze, fill the air, fit, flabbergast, flay, floor, flummox, fluster, fog, force, freeze, frighten, galvanize, gaping, get, give a turn, glorious, gorgeous, gravel, great, harden, hebetate, hit, hornswoggle, horrify, horsewhip, immobilize, impetus, impressive, impulse, impulsion, intimidate, jab at, jar, kayo, kind of gun, knee, knock, knock for six, knock over, knock senseless, knock stiff, knock unconscious, labyrinth, lash, lay out, leave flabbergasted, lethargy, lick, make jump, make one stare, mark, maze, motive, muddle, mystify, narcotize, nauseate, nonplus, numb, obtund, offend, outrage, outstand, overcome, overpower, pall, palsy, paralyse, peal, percussion, perplex, perturb, petrify, phaser setting, phenomenal, pop, pose, prodigious, prohibit, proscribe, pull down, pulse, punch, push down, put to sleep, put under, puzzle, quandary, quench, railroad, rattle, rattle the windows, ravish, rend the air, rend the ears, render callous, render deaf, render insensible, render speechless, repel, resound, retire, revolt, ring, rise, rock, rock the sky, ruffle, sandbag, scandalise, scandalize, scare, scare stiff, scare to death, shake, shake up, shatter, sicken, slap, slash, smack, smite, sock, spectacular, split the eardrums, split the ears, spur, stagger, startle the echoes, stop, stop up, strange, strike, strike dead, strike dumb, strike terror into, strike with awe, strike with wonder, striking, stump, stunned, stunning, stuns, stupefaction, stupendous, stupor, stymie, surge, surprise completely, surprise greatly, surprising, swell, take a fancy to, take breath away, tangle, tax, terrific, terrify, terrorize, throw, throw off balance, thunder, thunderstrike, thwack, tip, to stun, transfix, traumatise, traumatize, tremendous, trouble, turn over, turn the head, turn upside down, type of gun, unnerve, unseat, unsettle, upset, urge, vex, whim, will stun, wither, wonderful, would stun.

Rhymes for Stun:

  1. nun, gun, ton, son, pun, tonne, shun, fun, hun, un, in, run, spun, dun, bun, runt, won, donne, none, done, sun, one;
  2. outrun, begun, rerun, undone, outdone;
  3. overdone;

Quotes for Stun:

  1. When we forgive evil we do not excuse it, we do not tolerate it, we do not smother it. We look the evil full in the face, call it what it is, let its horror shock and stun and enrage us, and only then do we forgive it. Lewis B. Smedes.