stupefy


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  • verb

Synonyms for stupefy

Synonyms for stupefy

to dull the senses, as with a heavy blow, a shock, or fatigue

to make or become less keen or responsive

to render helpless, as by emotion

Synonyms for stupefy

make dull or stupid or muddle with drunkenness or infatuation

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make senseless or dizzy by or as if by a blow

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References in classic literature ?
Under any other circumstances, the drink would simply stupefy me.
are not resigned; you are only trying to stupefy yourself.
Underlying all this you had a plan to stupefy her with some of that GHB, of which you had so much on your hands,"' suggested Mr Kershaw.
There is no excuse for anyone in a caring position to stupefy themselves when they have charge of a baby.
Fourth, it is painful to see a serious figure like Forman stupefy his own sense of the past to hype his movie with references to Nazis.
He has a previous conviction from 1969 for an attack on an elderly woman whom he admitted attempting to stupefy with chloroform in order to have sex with her, Newcastle Crown Court heard.
Why do so few go to church regularly to hear God's truth and instead stupefy themselves with sex, drugs, (rock and roll is almost dead), gambling, etc.
But a city is not a machine; as in Masdar and Songdo, this version of the city can deaden and stupefy the people who live in its all-efficient embrace.
But I didn't use it on her [Finney's alleged victim] to stupefy her so that I could rape her.