benumbed[ bih-nuhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF benumbed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BENUMBED
I lay down on a deck-chair, and when dawn came was benumbed and sleepy.
It is so cold, so dark, my senses are so benumbed, and the gloom upon me is so dreadful.
The heart may be quite happy and strong when the hands are benumbed with cold.
The icy water so benumbed us we could scarcely control our limbs.
But the gathering grew sad, benumbed, as it were, with lassitude.
Her anxiety and fatigue had stupefied her and benumbed her faculties.
He was weary with happiness, a happiness that benumbed his limbs.
He was conscious only of a great void and blank as he sat there overpowered and benumbed.
He simply felt as if benumbed, as if plunged into gentle and delightful stupor.
But she did not stir, she did not speak, so benumbed was she with grief.