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    Lost for words

    what does that mean?
    An example please?

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    Re: Lost for words

    Hello,
    Not a teacher,

    Be lost for words means to be speechless.
    To be so shocked, surprised, impressed that you cannot speak.

    I was lost for words when I saw [Whatever impressed you]

    Cheers,
    Last edited by Jaskin; 20-Sep-2008 at 02:53. Reason: misspell word


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    Re: Lost for words

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaskin View Post
    Hello,
    Not a teacher,

    Be lost for words means to be speachless.
    To be so shocked, surprised, impressed that you cannot speak.

    I was lost for words when I saw [Whatever impressed you]

    Cheers,
    Thanks but you spelt speechless wrong...
    =)

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