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Use "astonied" in a sentence
"'If a man slayeth himself, he shall not be chanted over, nor shall a mass be said for him, unless he were greatly astonied, that is, to wit, out of his mind' ..."
"Bartolo; he is literally "astonied," and Figaro makes him the victim of several laughable pranks before he recovers his wits."
"The stony or "astonied" appearance of these figures is a resonant emblematic image of the fact that they are not life but art."