He hurried along filled with a lust that stultified his brain and will.
With the coming of Christianity this science, as well as all others, was stultified.
Only a stultified fanaticism can ignore the practical distinction.
More than that,” said Rooney, with decision; “he must be stultified.
To reply in the affirmative would have been to justify the work of healing; a negative answer would have stultified them.
They are stultified thought products; they do not really exist.
There was a poetic vein in young Ainsleigh, but troubles from his earliest childhood had stultified it considerably.
He tried to think of something to say, and gave it up, stultified by his compassion.
His insistence on the point was of itself suspicious, but eagerness to protect her stultified his wits.
Yon are fully aware how much of the fault is your own; but you are stultified and hardened to shame.
1766, "allege to be of unsound mind" (legal term), from Late Latin stultificare "turn into foolishness," from Latin stultus "foolish" + root of facere "to make" (see factitious). The first element is cognate with Latin stolidus "slow, dull, obtuse" (see stolid). Meaning "cause to appear foolish or absurd" is from 1809.