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a state in which there is little ability to think — as from being very sleepy, drunk, or stunned
  • At ten, rousing out of the stupor of meaningless talk, he said as cheerily as he could, " 'fraid we got to be starting, Ed. I've got a fellow coming to see me early to-morrow."
    Chapter 15 (93% in)

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