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stupor
used in The Count of Monte Cristo

4 uses
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Definition
a state in which there is little ability to think — as from being very sleepy, drunk, or stunned
  • Edmond felt a sort of stupor creeping over him which brought with it a feeling almost of content; the gnawing pain at his stomach had ceased; his thirst had abated; when he closed his eyes he saw myriads of lights dancing before them like the will-o'-the-wisps that play about the marshes.
    Chapters 15-16 (18% in)
  • The grating against the library-door aroused the young girl from the stupor in which she was plunged, and which almost amounted to insensibility.
    Chapters 101-102 (20% in)
  • Then walking towards Morrel, he took his hand; the tumultuous agitation of the young man was succeeded by a profound stupor.
    Chapters 105-106 (31% in)
  • It would be difficult to describe the state of stupor in which Villefort left the Palais.
    Chapters 111-112 (2% in)

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