Origin of stupor
Examples from the Web for stuporous
Memory, for both recent and remote events, fair, with complete amnestic gaps for the stuporous periods.
He was again in a stuporous condition on his readmission to our hospital, and absolutely oblivious to his surroundings.
August, 1907:—Has been again in a stuporous state for four days.
The stuporous face is empty, that of the other lined with melancholy.Benign Stupors|August Hoch
On the other hand, recovery may ensue after the stuporous condition has lasted for several weeks.
British Dictionary definitions for stuporous
Word Origin for stupor
Word Origin and History for stuporous
late 14c., from Latin stupor "insensibility, numbness, dullness," from stupere "be stunned" (see stupid).