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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of torpify.


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  • And if I may venture to make a jest upon you, you seem to me both in your appearance and in your power over others to be very like the flat torpedo fish, who torpifies those who come near him and touch him, as you have now torpified me, I think.

    Harold Jarche on the relevance of the learning professional

  • But such spiritual vitality as Oxford failed to sterilise in him has been largely torpified by his profession of play-taster, with its divorcement from reality in the raw.

    The Melting-Pot


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