numbly numbly


  • (adv) in a numb manner; without feeling


  1. A few passengers bobbed to the surface; some clung numbly to pieces of debris while others screamed desperately for help.
  2. Don't wait until your hand freezes numbly in a claw or your knee is crippled by arthritis or the little black spot on your arm turns into metastatic cancer.
  3. The captain of detectives bowed numbly.
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