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dazed

adjective  /deɪzd/ us  
confused or unable to think clearly, esp. as a result of an injury or from shock: The driver in the accident appeared dazed but not badly hurt.
daze
noun [U]  /deɪz/ us  
She was so happy she was in a daze.
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