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stupor

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstuporstu‧por /ˈstjuːpə $ ˈstuːpər/ noun [countable, uncountable]  CONFUSEDa state in which you cannot think, speak, see, or hear clearly, usually because you have drunk too much alcohol or taken drugs We found him lying at the bottom of the stairs in a drunken stupor.
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stuporHe drank himself into a stupor every night.One youth told of emerging from a drunken stupor to find himself in bed with the boy next door.It was definitely not a night to let a friend wander around in a drunken stupor searching for his car.A Colonel Herbinger, drunk at the time, thought in his stupor that the enemy had launched a massive attack.The recent massacre in Acteal has forced the government to shake off its stupor, at least for a while.But sometimes the arousal achieves only a level of stupor, even when a pinch is used.in a drunken stuporIt was definitely not a night to let a friend wander around in a drunken stupor searching for his car.The monster fell asleep in a drunken stupor and Susa-no-wo then cut it to pieces and settled down with the maiden.May as well go to bed in a drunken stupor after dinner, same as the rest of them.They left him slumped in a drunken stupor against the church wall.At last a lone figure staggered out, singing raucously as he swaggered in a drunken stupor.
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