Definition of Stuporous

1. Adjective. Stunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion).

Exact synonyms: Dazed, Foggy, Groggy, Logy
Similar to: Lethargic, Unenrgetic
Derivative terms: Grogginess, Grogginess, Loginess, Stupor



Definition of Stuporous

1. Adjective. having slow or confused reactions, as if in a stupor; groggy ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Stuporous

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stuporous

stupidité
stupidly
stupidness
stupidnesses
stupids
stupidshit
stupidshits
stupidy
stupified
stupifies
stupify
stupifying
stuping
stupor
stuporlike
stuporous (current term)
stuporously
stuporousness
stupors
stupose
stupour
stuprate
stuprated
stuprates
stupration
stuprations
stuprous
stur
sturdied
sturdier

Literary usage of Stuporous

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1. Insanity, its classification, diagnosis, and treatment by Edward Charles Spitzka (1883)
"CHAPTER V. stuporous INSANITY. stuporous insanity consists in the simple impairment or suspension of the mental energies, unmarked by any emotional or other ..."

2. A Treatise on mental diseases by Henry Johns Berkley (1900)
"... be sufficient: Simple melancholia without delusions. Delusional melancholia. Hypochondriacal melancholia. Agitated melancholia. stuporous melancholia. ..."

3. Clinical Psychiatry; a Text-book for Students and Physicians by Emil Kraepelin, Allen Ross Diefendorf (1907)
"stuporous states may also develop in this delusional type of depressive cases. The patients then develop a condition of befogged consciousness, ..."

4. Clinical Psychiatry; a Text-book for Students and Physicians by Emil Kraepelin, Allen Ross Diefendorf (1907)
"Suicidal attempts are not infrequent. stuporous states may also develop in this delusional type I of depressive ..."

5. Insanity and allied neuroses: A Practical and Clinical Manual by George Henry Savage, Edwin Goodall (1907)
"... active, passive, and stuporous —Melancholia with delusions—With suicidal tendencies — Climacteric melancholia — Senile melancholia — "Maniacal ..."

6. The American Gynaecological and Obstetrical Journal (1901)
"Aroused with difficulty, quickly relapsing into a stuporous condition. Tongue coated, gums and lips pale, teeth in good condition. ..."

7. Alienists and Neurologists of America: Proceedings of Sixth Annual Meeting by Chicago Medical Society (1917)
"At the. end of this period he became stuporous, refusing to talk, was very negativistic and strongly opposed to taking of food or water. ..."

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