His torpid look, flushed countenance, and uneasy respiration, convinced me that he had taken a large quantity of ardent spirits.
Bees are not, as some suppose, in a dormant, or torpid condition in Winter.
Feeds of easy digestion do not tire the already fatigued organs of an animal with a torpid digestive system.
torpid and prone, I lay there numbed into absolute quiescence.
torpid man saves time and money in this civilization; but his soul remains defrauded and oppressed.
In the white of his eye there was a torpid and composed abstraction.
New conditions have called into play valuable qualities which were torpid until touched by the wand of necessity.
The muscles of the face, more than those of any other part of the body, are lazy and torpid.
It spends the summer in a torpid condition, buried in the mud, and is dug up by the natives as an article of food.
The patient in the next room is asleep or torpid, so he omits farewells.
torpid tor·pid (tôr'pĭd)
Deprived of power of motion or feeling.