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Verb(1) make dull or stupid or muddle with drunkenness or infatuation(2) be a mystery or bewildering to(3) make senseless or dizzy by or as if by a blow
(1) the amount they spend on clothes would appall their parents and stupefy their grandparents(2) He says I'm a creative person and the last thing I should do is stupefy myself with drugs.(3) But during the summer, with nothing to do and hardly no one to see, I turned to the mindless entertainment box often and happily, letting it stupefy me for more than hours at a time.(4) Surgeons would attempt to stupefy the patient with alcohol, opium, or morphia, but with little effect.(5) the offence of administering drugs to a woman with intent to stupefy her(6) But I am puzzled, for example, by the suggestion that one could have a ├ö├ç├┐lawful justification├ö├ç├û to stupefy someone in order to commit rape.(7) the amount they spend on clothes would appal their parents and stupefy their grandparents(8) At the opposite pole to divine magic is the type that is playful and deceitful, thanks to which charlatans skillfully produce effects that stupefy ignorant people.(9) The effect of the brew was to stupefy the convict to the point of pseudo-coma and to numb his physical sensations.(10) the offense of administering drugs to a woman with intent to stupefy her(11) Man's principal stupefiers are not opiates, or alcohol, or even sugar - but sex, territory and self-advancement.(12) In his later work, Capital, Marx comments a number of times that nursing mothers coped with their early return to the production line by stupefying their hungry babies with opiates.(13) The group stood stupefied and shocked in the middle of the sidewalk.(14) But Lachlan himself was the miracle, always standing stupefied and shocked, having escaped with only a few cuts and bruises.(15) This role of film as an instance of mass media is opposed to that of Adorno, who could only conceptualise the mass media as a means of stupefying the masses in a capitalist society.(16) Charles Bowermcen, the team's leader was equally stupefied at the infrastructure around but saddened about the housing shortages.
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Different Formsstupefies, stupefy, stupefying
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