- n a feeling of stupefied astonishment
- n marginal consciousness
- n the action of stupefying; making dull or lethargic
the professor was noted for his stupefaction of the students
- I trust that a sufficient number of Senators who have not been seduced to political apostasy by the family sap bucket, or gorged into stupefaction by buckwheat cakes and Vermont .
- It began as an odd, Bondian episode greeted with amused stupefaction in Washington.
- New York Post Editor James Wechsler set out in his column one day last week to try to justify the hours of stupefaction that he, like millions of other American husbands, spends .
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- MANCHESTER: District library opens summer reading program
The 70 children who crammed cross-legged between the shelves of the juvenile section of the Manchester District Library on Friday, June 7, stared in stupefaction at the zigzagging yo-yos of Dr. Zeemo.
June 18, 2013 - The Manchester Enterprise