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- v. Present participle of stupefy.
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- adj. so surprisingly impressive as to stun or overwhelm
- adj. shocking with surprise and consternation
- adj. making physically stupid or dull or insensible
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These are best described as a stupefying roar of bombast occasionally interrupted by a few words of real sublimity.
He later followed that up with a failed polygraph, a press conference that The Huffington Post's Seth Colter Walls called "stupefying," and a thinly veiled implication that Obama was somehow involved in the murder of the choir director at Obama's former church.
Sitting in a cubicle is "stupefying" and isolating, only intensifying a social need.
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You know the kind of stupefying sesquipedalian obfuscation where the scribe appears to be in cahoots to get a commission every time you have to stop and look up a word.
They should not get fooled by the "make believe" kind of stupefying, deceptive advertisements.
Scott Cleland of Netcompetition. org called it "stupefying" that the FCC would reach the
The Tribunal had found it "stupefying" that security had depended on Haradinaj, a war criminal. for the Tribunal's witnesses, there was great concern, and the friendship between
The Tribunal had found it "stupefying" that security had depended on Haradinaj, a war criminal. for the Tribunal's witnesses, there was great concern, and the friendship between [Haradinaj] and the [UNMIK] High representative had had a "chilling" effect.