blitz (one) out

blitz (one) out

To surprise, unsettle, and confuse someone. The sudden, blaring alarm blitzed us out—nobody moved until our teacher yelled for us to evacuate the building. I had to sit down because hearing such terrible news really blitzed me out.
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blitz someone out

Sl. to shock or disorient someone. The accident blitzed her out for a moment. The second act blitzed out the audience and thrilled them to pieces.
See also: blitz, out

blitzed out

Sl. shocked or disoriented. Ann was totally blitzed out by the events of the day. They were totally blitzed out by the bad news.
See also: blitzed, out

blitzed (out)

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mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. I want to go out and get totally blitzed. I’ll show her who’s in charge!
See also: blitzed, out