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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.
The tournament started yesterday with two shock defeats.
people suffering from shock
Natalie was used to working with patients in shock.
You could get an electric shock if you touch it.
The man had a shock of white hair.