stupor


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But sleep, or even rest, would be dangerous to you, my friends; you must react against this tendency to stupor.
At night he was tied down, lest he should kick the covers off him, while the family lay in their stupor of exhaustion.
She had been in this condition of stupor since the morning, when Sonya, to the surprise and annoyance of the countess, had for some unaccountable reason found it necessary to tell Natasha of Prince Andrew's wound and of his being with their party.
They had carried him sometimes in a dead stupor, sometimes a raving madman, along a wild bush-track across rivers and swamps into the town of Garba, where years ago a Congo trader, who had made a fortune, had built a little white-washed hospital
From a state of stupor he would return to it--SO THIS WAS A HURRICANE.
But at three o'clock she was in such a stupor that she did not know.
Coming out of a stupor, she became slowly aware that she was gazing at a patch of sandy-red hair on the head of a corpse.
After I had fallen over eight or nine precipices and thus found out that one half of my brain had been asleep eight or nine times without the wide-awake, hard-working other half suspecting it, the periodical unconsciousnesses began to extend their spell gradually over more of my brain-territory, and at last I sank into a drowse which grew deeper and deeper and was doubtless just on the very point of being a solid, blessed dreamless stupor, when--what was that?
Lucie had, by that time, fallen into a stupor on the floor at his feet, clinging to his hand.
Then when she had no longer any doubt, she cried, in a state of stupor, "What, my brother, is it you?
The grating against the library-door aroused the young girl from the stupor in which she was plunged, and which almost amounted to insensibility.
These faces expressed in their lines the deep stupor of the tired soldiers.