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[stjˈuːpɪfˌa͡ɪ], [stjˈuːpɪfˌa‍ɪ], [s_t_j_ˈuː_p_ɪ_f_ˌaɪ]

Synonyms for Stupefy:

disable (verb)

abrogate, anesthetize, benumb, botch, cramp, cripple, deaden, disable, disarm, dull, enfeeble, hamper, hamstring, handicap, hinder, hobble, impair, incapacitate, invalidate, lame, neutralize, paralyze, prostrate, sap, scotch, screw up, stun, tamper, undermine, vitiate, weaken.

numb (verb)

daze, desensitize, drug, narcotize, numb.

Other synonyms and related words:

acquire, addle, adhere, affect, agitate, aim, alarm, amaze, amazed, amazement, amazing, anaesthesia, anaesthetise, anaesthetize, anesthesia, annoy, apathy, appal, appall, arrest, arrive, assify, astonish, astonishing, astound, astounded, astounding, attract, avoid paying, awareness, awe, awesome, awestrike, baffle, ball over, bamboozle, be superior, beat, beat out, beat-up, become, bedaze, bedazzle, befuddle, beget, begin, bemuse, besot, bewilder, bilk, bind, blind, blow mind, blow one's mind, blunt, boggle, boggle the mind, bond, bother, bowl down, bowl over, bring, bring forth, brutalize, brutify, bugger off, bunk, burden, buzz off, can, capture, catch, cause, chafe, cheat, chisel, chloroform, circumvent, cleave, cling, cohere, coldcock, come, commence, commove, complicate, confound, confuse, consternate, contagion, contract, convey, cross, crush, daunt, dazzle, deadness, deject, deposit, depress, devastate, develop, dim, discombobulate, discomfit, discompose, disconcert, disgust, dismay, disorient, disquiet, distract, disturb, draw, drive, drum, dullness, dumb found, dumbfound, dumbfounder, dumfound, dumfounder, electrify, elude, engender, etherize, exhaust, experience, extraordinary, fabulous, fascinate, father, faze, fetch, find, fix, flabbergast, flap, floor, flummox, fluster, fog, foil, freeze, frighten, frustrate, fuddle, generate, get, get at, get to, give a turn, go, gravel, grow, harden, have, hebetate, hit repeatedly, hornswoggle, horrify, hypnotize, impersonate, impressive, inconceivable, incredible, incur, indifference, induce, inebriate, insensibility, intimidate, intoxicate, irritate, jar, jolt, kayo, keep, knock senseless, knock stiff, knock unconscious, lay, lay out, leave immediately, lepra, leprosy, let, lethargy, lodge, lurch, make, make children, make mysterious, make one stare, may, maze, measles, medicate, mesmerize, miraculous, model, mother, move rhythmically, muddle, mystify, nark, nauseate, nettle, nonplus, numbness, obtain, obtund, opiate, opium, outfox, outrage, outsmart, outwit, overcome, overpower, overreach, overwhelm, pall, palsy, paralyse, paralysis, pay back, pay off, perplex, personate, perturb, petrify, physic, place, poison, pose, position, posture, pound, present, prodigious, produce, pulsate, purchase, put, put to sleep, put under, puzzle, puzzle out, puzzle over, quicken, quiver, rag, rattle, receive, regulate, render callous, render insensible, repel, revolt, rile, rip off, rock, rubella, ruffle, sandbag, scare, scare stiff, scare to death, scram, scramble, sedate, set, set about, set out, shake, shake up, shatter, shell, shock, shocking, sicken, sire, sit, slip a Mickey, spectacular, spoil, stagger, staggering, stand-by, start, start out, startle, stay, stick, stimulate, sting, stir vigorously, strange, strike, strike dead, strike dumb, strike terror into, strike with awe, strike with wonder, stumble, stump, stunned, stupefaction, stupefied, stupefying, stupendous, stupor, stymie, suffer, surprise, surprise greatly, surprising, sustain, symptom, take, take aback, take breath away, tax, terrific, terrify, throw, throw off balance, thrum, thump, thunderstrike, thwart, tick, ticktack, ticktock, torpor, traumatize, tremendous, trouble, trounce, tucker, tucker out, turn the head, undergo, unnerve, unsettle, upset, vanquish, vex, wash up, wedge, wither, wonderful, work over, worry, would stupefy.

Quotes for Stupefy:

  1. The almost insoluble task is to let neither the power of others, nor our own powerlessness, stupefy us. Theodor Adorno.
  2. People go to church for the same reasons they go to a tavern: to stupefy themselves, to forget their misery, to imagine themselves, for a few minutes anyway, free and happy. Mikhail Bakunin.