The unexpected blow had stupefied the farmer; he had grown very white.
The tyrants halted, and gazed at me with a look of stupefied astonishment.
She took up the new bottle with the rubber on the end and looked at it in stupefied, aimless disgust.
The countess was stupefied;—she could not speak, or stoop, or stir.
Used as David was to her, it stupefied him; he stared at her, and was all abroad.
The countess was gazing upon Madeleine with an air of stupefied grief.
For a moment he stood like one stupefied, glancing from the wretched board to the miserable dress of the old man and his daughter.
He was stupefied to learn that he had a commercial value; he never had suspected it.
Natalie Lind sat there as one stupefied—breathless, silent, trembling.
Leander was stupefied by such an unlooked-for misconception.