numbed (part of speech: verb)
- The poor bird, flying wildly around the place where it had been, was suddenly caught by a swaying branch, and, numbed with the cold, was dashed against the window. - "Throckmorton", Molly Elliot Seawell.
- The word seemed to bring joy and tingling life to his half- numbed heart. - "Gulmore, The Boss", Frank Harris.
- Still, those who watched from the window felt that this was the crisis, and tightened their numbed fingers on the rifles, knowing that if the horseman failed they would shortly need them again. - "The Cattle-Baron's Daughter", Harold Bindloss.