- A state of near-unconsciousness or insensibility: a drunken stuporMore example sentences
daze, state of unconsciousness, torpor, insensibility, oblivion
- The three boys discovered Mr Smith in a drunken stupor, sleeping on a barrel by the garage on Trowbridge Road.
- Police found him at the flat, almost naked and in a drunken stupor.
- He finds John in a drunken stupor in bed with this girl, and drags him off.
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- His stuporous singing and the farting horn sounds on ‘Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah’ don't stop the song from rocking.
- In extreme cases they can appear stuporous or catatonic.
- The physician tried to interview him, but Joseph was stuporous, so his brother recounted the dying man's story.
late Middle English: from Latin, from stupere 'be amazed or stunned'.