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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Such children, in their mental hebetude and physical degeneracy, suggest a degree of cretinism.
There is frequently less mental hebetude or dulness than in ordinary typhoid fever.
As the disease progresses the hebetude becomes more profound and is overcome with greater difficulty.
It is always preceded by an uncomfortable feeling in the head, and pain in the back, mental hebetude, and slight depression.
He has hebetude and some delirium, though not very active; he is deaf.
An increasing indisposition to mental effort, some hebetude of mind, and a gradually deepening despondency are felt.
I am set up by a beneficent providence at the corner of the road, to warn you to flee from the hebetude that is to follow.
It is interesting to note that, during the bulk of her psychosis, her only complaints were of mental hebetude and dizziness.
BENIGN STUPORSAUGUST HOCH
Jaffery rose from his knees and regarded her in the hebetude of reaction.
JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
As it is, he has some difficulty to contend with the hebetude of his intellect, and the meanness of his subject.

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