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Date: 1400-1500
Language: French
Origin: stupéfier, from Latin stupefacere, from stupere ( STUPID1) + facere 'to make, do'

stupefied

adjective
     
stu‧pe‧fied
so surprised, tired, or bored that you cannot think clearly:
I stared up at Keith in stupefied amazement.
We sat there stupefied.
stupefaction noun [uncountable]

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