But here I was now in a news booth, speechless after having just announced the death of an icon.
I was speechless when Sönke Neitzel called me and told me about the source material he had found.
Alone they are harrowing, together they make you speechless.
Matt Latimer is the author of the New York Times bestseller, speechless: Tales of a White House Survivor.
Aside from a generous helping of boos, the audience was speechless.
He fainted upon hearing this; and falling to the ground, lay for a long time lifeless, as it seemed, and speechless.
She was speechless; her raised hand did not fall; it was as if she were frozen where she stood.
Ellen was speechless; occasional looks at her mother, and deep sighs, were all she had now to offer.
We lifts him up, and he was speechless, and quite black in the face.
This, however, is not expressly asserted in the narrative, but may be gathered from the term εφιμωθη (he was speechless) in ver.