Is shock an emotion?
Most people think of ‘shock’ as emotional distress or sudden fright in response to a traumatic event. But in medical terms, shock is when you do not have enough blood circulating around your body. It is a life-threatening medical emergency.
How do you show you are shocked?
Ways of saying that you are surprised or shocked – thesaurus
- funnily enough. phrase.
- you don’t say. phrase.
- heavens above. phrase.
- Well, I never (did) phrase.
- is that a fact? phrase.
- you would not believe. phrase.
- of all things/people/places. phrase.
- now I’ve seen everything/it all. phrase.
What are synonyms for Shocked?
How do you create a DID YOU KNOW?
How to Create Did you know questions on Facebook
- Lunch your Facebook app.
- Click on your profile.
- Scroll down and click on “did you know”.
- Click on the + symbol at the top right.
- Click on “create question”.
- Write your question and share when completed.
What does traumatism mean?
: the development or occurrence of trauma also : trauma.
What are antonyms for Shocked?
What is the opposite of shock?
What does before I was gone insensible mean?
The adjective insensible is used to describe someone who is unconscious. The adjective insensible describes a lack of emotional response or being indifferent.
What does insensibility mean?
Noun. 1. insensibility – a lack of sensibility. unconsciousness – a state lacking normal awareness of the self or environment.
What is the opposite of sensible?
sensible. Antonyms: intangible, impalpable, imperceptible, invisible, inappreciable, insensible, unconscious, unaware. Synonyms: tangible, palpable, perceptible, visible, appreciable, judicious, sound, conscious, aware….
How do you say I already know?
- of course. adverb. used for saying something that you think someone probably already knows or will not be surprised about.
- naturally. adverb.
- evidently. adverb.
- obviously. adverb.
- it goes without saying (that) phrasal verb.
- needless to say. phrase.
- it stands to reason (that) phrase.
- as you know. phrase.
How do you say I’m shocked?
- startled. Extremely shocked.
- astounded. Surprised, amazed, astonished or.
- appalled. Shocked, horrified by something unpleasant.
- astonished. Amazed; surprised.
- aghast. Feeling great horror or dismay; terrified; horrified.
- dismayed. Having the emotion of dismay.
- troubled (related)
How do you use insensibility in a sentence?
devoid of passion or feeling; hardheartedness. (1) He showed total insensibility to the animal’s fate. (2) You never know, those insensibility that I pretend. (3) I am insensibility my friends that do the same or differently things ….
How do you express shock in text?
The phrases that you can use to describe how shocked you are,are as follows :-
- The news came as a complete shock.
- We are completely taken aback.
- I was just stunned.
- It’s unbelievable.
- Words can’t describe how I feel about this …
- There is no way it could have happened.
- To come to terms with.
- To give moral support.
What is the opposite word of shocked?
aghast(p), appalled, dismayed, shocked(adj) struck with fear, dread, or consternation. Antonyms: fearless, unafraid(p)
Did you know in a sentence?
The phrase “did you know” is used when you are asking someone if they know a fact, and you already know that fact. For example, you might say “Did you know that the blue whale is the largest mammal?” where “the blue whale is the largest mammal” is a fact that you know.
What does stupefaction mean?
noun. the state of being stupefied; stupor. overwhelming amazement.
Is stupefied a real word?
stupefied adjective (TIRED) unable to think clearly, usually because someone is extremely tired or bored, or has taken drugs: Stupefied by tiredness, she just sat in front of the fire….
What to say instead of DID YOU KNOW?
What is another word for did you know?
|acquainted with||advised of|
How do you say I know politely?
You can do that by saying:
- OK / Alright / Sure.
- Got it.
- OK, I get it now / That’s clear, thank you.
- Fair enough / I see where you’re coming from / I take your point / That makes sense.
- Of course / Absolutely.
- I appreciate why you think that, but…
- I hear what you’re saying, but…
- When You Understand Someone’s Feelings:
What is the opposite word of know?
What is the opposite of know?
What is a synonym for know?
ˈnoʊ) Be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information; possess knowledge or information about. Synonyms. recognize cognise agnise keep track realise realize agnize cognize recognise.