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Synonyms for stultify

prove to be of unsound mind or demonstrate someone's incompetence

deprive of strength or efficiency


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A common complaint is dealing with clients who have little understanding of the value of PR, a preference for marketing and high expectations that firms can manipulate a stultified media.
Without them a company--and the individuals that make up that organization--are stultified.
I would have felt stultified just being a dancing machine," he says.
Breaking up stultified government monopolies to provide better services at lower cost is exactly the right approach.
If a staff becomes stultified, it's likely their boss would soon be looking for new work.
This country's economic growth, which has continued for a longer period o time than it has in many, many years, allowed the metropolis to shake off past decades of a great city that had stultified and to come roaring back as "The Capital of the World.
His many works confronting the history of Dutch art - from Vermeer and Rembrandt to Mondrian and the followers of De Stijl - position his belatedness as something to be considered and rifled on rather than something to become stultified by.
Trained diagnostician as he was, he began to analyse the patient's condition, the patient being himself: he had been cast adrift in a limitless sea of sensual freedom, with only a minimal concept of justice, and a stultified sense of decency.