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Synonyms for stupor

Synonyms for stupor

Synonyms for stupor

the feeling of distress and disbelief that you have when something bad happens accidentally


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marginal consciousness

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Our View: President needs to be shaken out of his stupor on Varosha
The man slipped into a stupor and was awakened by two security guards, who had come to escort him off the plane.
But more spectacular were men in drunken stupors who lay on roadsides, hurling profanities at the officials as they criss-crossed villages in Mathare, searching for killer brews.
An impressive line-up of musicians graced the ECHO arena stage, as the audience at Jeff Lynne's ELO Tour 2016 were driven ever further into a euphoric stupor Picture: DAVID MUNN
IMAGINE Boris Johnson admitting smoking crack cocaine in a "drunken stupor", despite previously denying he had taken the drug.
"There've been times when I've been in a drunken stupor," he added.
According to SSP South Muneer Sheikh, the girl told that she jumped from the rickshaw as soon as she recovered from stupor in Defence phase-1, where passers-by contacted her family members.
Mr Hope had previously told the court he was in a "drugs stupor" in North Road at the time when Aamir was attacked on a Sunday afternoon in April 2010.
My early holiday years after my accident were spent in a similar type of stupor, but without the alcohol.
After rats were given the human equivalent of 15 to 20 beers in under two hours, the animals passed out in a drunken stupor and lost the reflex to flip over when placed on their backs.
"You are picking people up who have drunk themselves into a stupor when you know there is some elderly person out there who will have fallen and broken their hip."
In a drunken stupor, she sets fire to her precious photos of Steve - cherished mementoes of a broken marriage and her paradise lost.
Level of consciousness: conscious -18, lethargy -63, stupor -55, moderate coma -40.
Severe symptoms can include high fever, headache, neck stiffness, stupor, disorientation, coma, tremors, convulsions, muscle weakness, vision loss, numbness and paralysis.
A flat script, utterly flat dialogue, uninspiring musical numbers and terribly flat animation did nothing to lift me from my stupor whilst sitting through the interminable 97 minutes of this dreary movie.