Origin of stupefy
OTHER WORDS FROM stupefystu·pe·fied·ness [stoo-puh-fahyd-nis, -fahy-id-, styoo-], /ˈstu pəˌfaɪd nɪs, -ˌfaɪ ɪd-, ˈstyu-/, nounstu·pe·fi·er, nounstu·pe·fy·ing·ly, adverbun·stu·pe·fied, adjective
How to use stupefy in a sentence
No matter how often people claim otherwise, Americans are more stupefied by certain things than obsessed with them.
And she dragged a part of it across the floor, and threw it under the bed, Ramona standing by, stupefied.Ramona|Helen Hunt Jackson
He mingled with the mob, leaving Philip stupefied for several seconds, unable to credit sight and hearing.Balsamo, The Magician|Alexander Dumas
The Dales and Ward, walking toward the end cabin when Dicks was killed, halted and stood as if stupefied.A Virginia Scout|Hugh Pendexter
Then the intelligence of the poor people, stupefied by cold and fright, seemed suddenly to awaken.
The duke could not restrain a smile at the bewilderment of the Nabob, stupefied to find him so well informed.The Nabob|Alphonse Daudet