His family, friends, and fiancée seem to be in varying stages of shell-shock, or denial.
Womenfolk who had been sick beyond belief through fear and shell-shock now became genuinely sea-sick.
It occurred to me at the time that his excitement might be the outcome of shell-shock.
A subway employee or a traffic policeman in New York ought never to suffer from shell-shock if he goes to war.
You are aware he was discharged from the Army suffering from shell-shock?
It is not generally the slight, nervous men who suffer worst from shell-shock.
You said you were aware that the accused was discharged from the Army suffering from shell-shock.
The football matches and athletic sports did not need the asset of being an antidote to shell-shock to attract my patronage.
Witness attributed the pains in the head to the effect of shell-shock.
Then there is the memory of the boys in the shell-shock ward at this same hospital.
shell shock n.
See war neurosis.