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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstupefiedstu‧pe‧fied /ˈstjuːpɪfaɪd $ ˈstuː-/ adjective  SHOCKso surprised, tired, or bored that you cannot think clearly I stared up at Keith in stupefied amazement. We sat there stupefied.stupefaction /ˌstjuːpəˈfækʃən $ ˌstuː-/ noun [uncountable]
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stupefiedForeman looked stupefied by the results of the test.Upon the steps, pushing by a stupefied Grand Duke and Duchess, stood a radiant figure.Theroux described Potosi station as a mausoleum of stupefied travellers, which bore on its upper walls frescoes by Fernando Leal.
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