Definition of stun:
railroad, bedaze, put to sleep, thump, hit, besot, pose, drug, gravel, floor, numb, bowl over, flummox, get, blow out of the water, awareness, bludgeon, mystify, vex, flash mob, shake up, shock, flabbergast, bemuse, maze, rock, ball over, smack, wither, perplex, baffle, dragoon, affect, stagger, daze, punch, petrify, thunderstrike, sandbag, nonplus, dumbfound, bedazzle, stick, knock out, spring a surprise, beat up, batter, take aback, bedazzle, puzzle, stupefy, beat.
- amaze (part of speech: verb)
- surprise (part of speech: verb)
- disable (part of speech: verb)
- "David Elginbrod", George MacDonald.
Men of the northern blood will sometimes lend their assent to poetical images, even to those that do not stun the mind lie bludgeons and imperatively, by much repetition, command their assent; and it is for a solid exchange and interest in usury with soft poetical creatures when they are so condescending; but they are seized by the grotesque.- "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
- "Hunter Patrol", Henry Beam Piper and John J. McGuire.