The life of a country gentleman did not dull or stupefy him, or lead him to gross indulgences.
If the old man had meant to stupefy his questioner, he could not better have succeeded.
The rage of his being seemed to stupefy him; he could not resist the sensation of the unnatural.
When he felt it whipping about in him, he drank alcohol to stupefy it and get some ease for himself.
There are low people who stupefy themselves with cheap brandy, but they are not common.
I was obliged to etherize it a little, so as to stupefy it, and render it less uneasy.
Billy chews great quantities of tobacco, which I suppose helps to stupefy and moderate his misery.
Religion seems to have no other object, than to stupefy the mind.
A man has recourse to wine in order to stupefy himself and produce an illusion of well-being and happiness.
It was part of the plan to stupefy the prisoners with drugged liquor.