noun as in daze, unconsciousness
On Tuesday, Blake and I downed $2 Miller High Life pints from happy hour to midnight before he came back to my place to watch Rihanna music videos until we passed out in a glorious, boyish stupor.
It is a bit like parachuting into the tumor trenches where the armies of cellular soldiers engage in military actions, sometimes deceiving each other, sometimes waking each other up from their molecular stupor.
Even after shaking off its hibernation stupor and focusing its gaze on Pieciul, the animal proceeded slowly, plodding toward him on broad paws that flattened the snow and claws that clung easily to the crust layer below.
The first time I read the Bennett and Eklund papers, I sat in a chilled stupor.
When he emerged from his drunken stupor, his relationship with Methot was kaput.
Even their drinking fountain is famous: a urinal Papa lugged home in a stupor from his favorite bar.
The good news is that the departure of Berlusconi could be a tonic that awakens Italy from a stupor of lassitude and indifference.
Regions with intellectual vigor are more likely to bounce back; those without risk a stupor.
Even in his alcoholic stupor, he instantly knew what it was.
De Castellor was now in his seat; and when Castanos came off; the Duke was stunned into stupor, overcome by the illimitable ruin.
Tom sat for a long time before the open window in a state of half stupor, staring at the pictures his mind offered automatically.
The smoke is inhaled into the lungs, producing a momentary stupor and the operation is over.
The kind honest sympathy of this true friend roused Dorothy from her stupor of grief.
Hans Nilsen got up again, moving about as if he were in a stupor, and at last stood opposite her, as if he were about to speak.
On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stupor, such as: coma, slumber, trance, amazement, anesthesia/anaesthesia, and apathy.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.