stupor[ stoo-per, styoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF stupor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STUPOR
The boy, rousing for an instant, would lapse again into stupor.
Lucie had, by that time, fallen into a stupor on the floor at his feet, clinging to his hand.
She, motionless in the stupor of her anxiety, had not taken her eyes from his face.
Once invaded by a question, Charley must answer it, or fail and fall into a stupor.
He bent over her with stupor rather than grief stamped on his features.
The stupor and the restlessness had alike vanished; he was in a deep sleep.
And he reverts into a stupor, leaving the world to the poet and the pump.
Moineaud listened to her in a state of stupor, as if he were unable to understand.
In that stupor, I heard someone laughing, without explaining to myself who it was.
I know not how long we remained in a stupor after that tragedy.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR STUPOR
- goof-off time
- own sweet time
- time on one's hands
- time to burn
- time to kill