Surprised, startled, confused, or taken aback.(adjective)
Simple past tense and past participle of shock.(verb)
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Use "shocked" in a sentence
"Bill Donohue claimed to be shocked, *shocked* that anyone could possibly talk about the Holy Spirit that way, but he knows how Catholics talk when they think the priest isn't listening and sometimes when he is, and Amanda is just gesturing in the direction of the iceberg."
"We are shocked we tell you, absolutely shocked* that such a thing would happen."
"Does anyone know the official policy regarding blocking employee ... davesnyd: I am shocked, * shocked* that you would compare Monroe County to China."