Regions with intellectual vigor are more likely to bounce back; those without risk a stupor.
Even their drinking fountain is famous: a urinal Papa lugged home in a stupor from his favorite bar.
"The last time he spoke to her, he was in a stupor," Blake said.
The good news is that the departure of Berlusconi could be a tonic that awakens Italy from a stupor of lassitude and indifference.
Russia continues to drink itself into a stupor, but still the scares the bejesus out of everyone.
Amazed before, I stared at him now, in a stupor of astonishment.
He struggled out of his stupor to a sort of semi-consciousness.
Consciousness in this case returned, but the patient again fell into stupor and died.
The stupor in which she had just listened to him was beginning to break up.
The Prince, astonished at the sudden change, listened to Jeanne with stupor.
stupor stu·por (stōō'pər, styōō'-)
A state of impaired consciousness characterized by a marked diminution in the capacity to react to environmental stimuli.