- sturge-weber syndrome,
Origin of stupor
Examples from the Web for stupor
Even their drinking fountain is famous: a urinal Papa lugged home in a stupor from his favorite bar.The Cat's Meow: Top 10 Destinations for Feline Fanatics|Lonely Planet|December 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The good news is that the departure of Berlusconi could be a tonic that awakens Italy from a stupor of lassitude and indifference.Italy's Troubles Are Not the Tipping Point for Global Economic Collapse|Zachary Karabell|November 10, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Regions with intellectual vigor are more likely to bounce back; those without risk a stupor.
Russia continues to drink itself into a stupor, but still the scares the bejesus out of everyone.
"The last time he spoke to her, he was in a stupor," Blake said.
In poisonous doses it depresses the circulation and the nerves generally, but it causes no stupor or insensibility.The Action of Medicines in the System|Frederick William Headland
The General, in his stupor, scarcely heard the doors within as they clanged.The Duchesse de Langeais|Honore de Balzac
Was it stupor or was it sleep that shone under those half-closed eyelids.The Story of an African Farm|(AKA Ralph Iron) Olive Schreiner
Both were young men of my own age, both were in a state of stupor and breathing heavily.The King's Assegai|Bertram Mitford
Despard, like the doctors, supposes that she is in a stupor.Cord and Creese|James de Mille
Word Origin for stupor
late 14c., from Latin stupor "insensibility, numbness, dullness," from stupere "be stunned" (see stupid).