Definition of dumbfoundedness in English:



See dumbfound

  • ‘His blank stare revealed his dumbfoundedness, and I knew he had no idea about the meaning of what I had just said.’
  • ‘Cubans just shrugged when I showed my complete and utter dumbfoundedness at this unnecessary barrier to development and said "este pais" (this country).’
  • ‘The narrator emerges from a two-month period of isolation and dumbfoundedness after the unexplained loss of his arm.’
  • ‘I came away feeling a combination of slack-jawed dumbfoundedness and downright anger.’
  • ‘This story has me shaking my head in dumbfoundedness.’