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Jessica's face was blank with shock.
News of the murder left us all in shock.
It will give him a shock when he sees how much you've spent.
My mother got a shock when she saw my new haircut.
The price of housing was quite a shock for us.
The announcement came as a complete shock to me.
It was a terrible shock to discover he was already married.
This is the British English definition of shock. View American English definition of shock.
the part of a church where the priests and choir sit during a religious ceremony