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used in Catch-22

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a state in which there is little ability to think — as from being very sleepy, drunk, or stunned
  • Yossarian gorged himself in the mess hall until he thought he would explode and then sagged back in a contented stupor, his mouth filmy with a succulent residue.
    Chapter 2 — Clevinger (93% in)
  • He rubbed his forehead harshly with his knuckles, like a man in an alcoholic stupor, and snickered lewdly.
    Chapter 22 — Milo the Mayor (79% in)
  • She sat on the sofa in a passive, phlegmatic stupor, her mouth open and all her clothing crumpled in a corner on the floor, and wondered how much longer they would sit around naked with her and make her say uncle in the elegant hotel suite to which Orr's old girl friend, giggling uncontrollably at Yossarian's and Dunbar's drunken antics, guided Nately and the other members of the motley rescue party.
    Chapter 33 — Nately's Whore (22% in)
  • He sank down on a chair in a trembling stupor, his stumpy, lax hands quaking in his lap.
    Chapter 39 — The Eternal City (91% in)

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