- make (someone) unable to think or feel properly；astonish and shock
verb: stupefy, 3rd person present: stupefies, gerund or present participle: stupefying, past tense: stupefied, past participle: stupefied
- 1. make (someone) unable to think or feel properly:
the offence of administering drugs to a woman with intent to stupefy her
- 2. astonish and shock:
the amount they spend on clothes would appal their parents and stupefy their grandparents
- v.make (someone) unable to think or feel properly:
- the offense of administering drugs to a woman with intent to stupefy her
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... his breakfast & went away. Left the boy was stupefied & soliloquy. Said the boy: It's really not my day!
..., jaw-dropping, jolting, startling, stunning, stupefying
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