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stupor
used in The Mill on the Floss

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Definition
a state in which there is little ability to think — as from being very sleepy, drunk, or stunned
  • A strange thrill of awe passed through Maggie while she read, as if she had been wakened in the night by a strain of solemn music, telling of beings whose souls had been astir while hers was in stupor.
    4.3 -- Book 4 Chapter 3 -- A Voice from the Past (63% in)
  • My body has been dragged about somewhere; but I have never travelled from the hideous place where you left me; where I started up from the stupor of helpless rage to find you gone.
    7.5 -- Book 7 Chapter 5 -- The Last Conflict (25% in)

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