Sinónimos de stupor
a state of near unconsciousness in which a person is unable to behave normally or think clearlyHe was drinking himself into a stupor every night.
I was walking around in a daze.
She swung from emotional numbness to overwhelming fear and back again.
He knew that he might soon lapse into unconsciousness.
Like a man in a trance, he made his way back to the rooms.
She had slipped into a coma by the time she reached the hospital.
I resented her inertia and lack of self direction.
Symptoms include tiredness, paleness and lethargy.
The sick person gradually falls into a torpor.
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in the sense of coma
a state of unconsciousness from which a person cannot be aroused, caused by injury, disease, or drugsShe had slipped into a coma by the time she reached the hospital.
in the sense of inertia
a feeling of unwillingness to do anythingI resented her inertia and lack of self direction.
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