Stupefying [verb]

Definition of Stupefying:

amaze, shock

Opposite/Antonyms of Stupefying:


Sentence/Example of Stupefying:

The mourning is universal and genuine, the consternation is stupefying.

He was a brave man, but the cloud of doubt had been stupefying.

Winslow was the first to recover from the stupefying beauty of the spectacle.

The tragedy was stupefying—it was unthinkable—it was the mockery of Fate!

In January he would rescue his Leonardo from this stupefying twaddle.

To the rest of the school the whole affair was so unexpected as to be stupefying.

Effect of announcement, unexpected, momentous, was stupefying.

Before that it had puzzled him; it had amazed him; his relations with her were bewildering, stupefying.

The revelations were so stupefying that Sleeman was not able to believe them.

He is of a gravity to match that of his unexampled and all but stupefying mission.