Speechless



adjective
1.
temporarily deprived of speech by strong emotion, physical weakness, exhaustion, etc.:
speechless with alarm.
2.
characterized by absence or loss of speech:
speechless joy.
3.
lacking the faculty of speech; dumb.
4.
not expressed in speech or words:
speechless compliments.
5.
refraining from speech.
adjective
1.
not able to speak
2.
temporarily deprived of speech
3.
not expressed or able to be expressed in words: speechless fear

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