A state of reduced or suspended sensibility.(noun)
A state of mental numbness, as that resulting from shock; a daze. See Synonyms at lethargy.(noun)
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Use "stupor" in a sentence
"I was near a dead man myself, that night, mostly in stupor, only dimly aware at times of the extremity of cold and wet that I endured."
"Igor, in his drunken stupor is now lying on top on KK."
"If you are among the people who missed the big game, the Super Bowl, today I call stupor Monday, must be like that."