Make (someone) unable to think or feel properly.; Astonish and shock.
‘the offense of administering drugs to a woman with intent to stupefy her’
‘When I walked out of the movie theatre after seeing the film, I was stupefied.’
‘This role of film as an instance of mass media is opposed to that of Adorno, who could only conceptualise the mass media as a means of stupefying the masses in a capitalist society.’
‘In his later work, Capital, Marx comments a number of times that nursing mothers coped with their early return to the production line by stupefying their hungry babies with opiates.’
‘The group stood stupefied and shocked in the middle of the sidewalk.’
‘He says I’m a creative person and the last thing I should do is stupefy myself with drugs.’
ошеломлять, притуплять, одурять, изумлять, поражать, притуплять ум, дурманить