stupor

Part of speech: noun

A condition of insensibility; dulness; torpor.

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Usage examples "stupor":

  1. The closing of the door behind him, gently as it had been pulled to, roused Tess from her stupor. - "Tess of the d'Urbervilles A Pure Woman", Thomas Hardy.
  2. He threw off the stupor when he saw that it was a man and not the shadow of one. - "The Puppet Crown", Harold MacGrath.
  3. My waking train of thought ended in a stupor in which I do not think I lost for a moment the dull consciousness of pain. - "A Day Of Fate", E. P. Roe.