Origin of stupor
OTHER WORDS FROM stuporstu·por·ous, adjective
How to use stupor in a sentence
The name typhus is from , a smoke or fog, and it indicates the befogged, stuporous condition of the patient.Essays In Pastoral Medicine|Austin Malley
Stuporous conditions may introduce the latter, and, vice versa, Ganser complexes may creep into the stupor.
He remained in this stuporous condition, leading a more or less passive existence, for about a month after admission.
Memory, for both recent and remote events, fair, with complete amnestic gaps for the stuporous periods.
Has been uninterruptedly clear mentally since his last stuporous state, in November, 1908.