Definition of gobsmacked
- very surprised.
Citation from "Bus driver Kevin Halstead wins lotto day after divorce", The Herald Sun, Ben Ashford, March 17 2010 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
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Other terms relating to 'surprised, surprising':
|Definitions include: a sexual "move" performed by putting two fingers in the vagina and one in the anus.|
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|Definitions include: a person or object that erred.|
|Definitions include: shock experienced upon seeing the selling price of an item.|
|Definitions include: to unpleasantly surprise one with a fact.|
|Definitions include: any person whom the speaker doesn't know well.|
Slang terms with the same root words
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|Definitions include: "ta-ta for now", i.e. "goodbye for now."|
|Definitions include: to click a link on the web and be taken to a site other than the one anticipated.|
|Definitions include: affectionate form of address for a loved one, especially a romantic loved one.|
|Definitions include: to lose strength or determination.|
|Definitions include: of the drums and bass style of techno music.|
|Definitions include: idiot.|
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