Examples of stupefaction in a Sentence
upon hearing the diagnosis of cancer, she just sat there in total stupefaction
Recent Examples of stupefaction from the Web
Unprecedented, too, is the stupefaction engendered by an American president refusing to name the crime and the criminals, thereby fraying still further the foundational compact of contemporary America.
For those who enjoy—and who does not?—that pleasant stupefaction that comes from overwhelming the limbic system with fat and carbs and sugar and salt and liquor, chimaek is among the most potent delivery systems ever devised.
Stupefaction and confusion are giving way to hard-nosed capitalism as K Street realizes all the business opportunities to be had.
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Origin and Etymology of stupefaction
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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