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v. t.1.See Stupefy.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Playing against a stunning video curtain backdrop, the band wheeled out fan favourites such as Stupify and Ten thousand Fists, alongside nuanced newcomer The Animal.
There is little drama in the common law to compare with anything brutish spellbinders can do to rally crowds with loudspeakers of tom-toms or buzz-words or to stupify a populace with swift executions of justice.
You stupify them with stripes, and think it necessary to keep them in a state of ignorance; and yet you assert that they are incapable of learning; that their minds are such a barren soil or moor, that culture would be lost on them; and that they come from a climate, where nature (though prodigal of her bounties in a degree unknown to yourselves) has left man alone scant and unfinished, and incapable of enjoying the treasures she has poured out for him!
A souvenir of their recent Sledgehammer tour, it features home-grown favourites like Stupify and Prayer and their ferocious cover of Metallica's Fade to Black.
The interval seemed to stimulate Aberdeen and stupify Rangers and the visitors came out full of intent, pushing their hosts on to the back foot.
The mind-numbing jargon used by hedging practitioners often can stupify the uninitiated.