stupefy


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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

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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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Martin Finney, 40, who used to work for St John Ambulance, also allegedly used anaesthetic gas to 'stupefy' a victim.
It could certainly stupefy a soldier, but it's very doubtful it could repress his sexual desire.
Sidelong glances as I break a crust of bread -- "Had he eaten with the angels?" -- I raise my glass of wine, they nudge their neighbors -- "Can he be thirsty, who drank from the ultimate barrel?" -- I speak to the Master about the price of barley -- "Do they share memories from the cave that would stupefy the mountains?" -- OK, I have smudged the clear edges of reality, broken the quantum barrier?
The paramedic, who works for private ambulance service Ambuline, is also charged with one count of administering a substance with intent to "stupefy or overpower" his victim.
The medic, from Walsall, faces a catalogue of charges, including using anaesthetic gas to 'stupefy' a victim.
Today a internet search showed over 850,000 entries on the subject of fluoridating tap water for population control and to stupefy populations.
"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.
Lees was on medication for depression and took "drastic action to stupefy him to find out what relationship he was involved in."