- v prove to be of unsound mind or demonstrate someone's incompetence
nobody is legally allowed to stultify himself
- v cause to appear foolish
- v deprive of strength or efficiency; make useless or worthless
- Just as they have not been able to dandify all the guts out of poodles (once great retrievers) or stultify the courage of bulldogs, wolfhounds and Kerry blues, the show breeders .
- The non-Communist world is not capitalist, or rather capitalism is asked to function in chains that stultify progress.
- Having voted 3-to-1 for an earlier version, the House had already rejected the argument that the bill would not only "control" but stultify essential Federal functions.