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Date: 1700-1800
Language: Late Latin
Origin: stultificare 'to make stupid', from Latin stultus 'stupid'

stultifying

adjective
     
stul‧ti‧fy‧ing formal
so boring that you feel as though you are losing your ability to think:
a stultifying office environment
stultify verb [transitive]

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