- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of stultify.
“Never mind that the culture stultifies us into thinking that religion, specifically Christianity is all pervasive, and those of us nonbelievers are freaks.”
“Terrence completes his circle right there and stultifies all his windiness.”
“No fair calling it into question downstream in another discussion, since that stultifies your original assumption.”
“But more often than not, a detailed outline of the plot stultifies the story.”
“Although I can't stand malls in real life - their banality stultifies me - they actually work quite well as film locations.”
“The legacy is a cultural climate that stultifies our politics and corrupts our discourse.”
“So cheek by jowl we drool a common rheum that stultifies not one but all.”
“Your witness, Fanon, of the separate domains of settler and native, black and white, your understanding of how that separation exploits the native, appropriates the native's land, and stultifies the being of both settler and native, taught me how divided from myself and others I've become.”
“And which  Brochard, the monk, in his description of the Holy Land, after he had censured the Greek church, and showed their errors, concluded at last, Faxit Deus ne Latinis multa irrepserint stultifies, I say God grant there be no fopperies in our church.”
“The starting point of all our considerations is poverty, or rather, a degree of poverty which means misery, and degrades and stultifies the human person; and our first task is to recognize and understand the boundaries and limitations which this degree of poverty imposes.”
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