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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
1. To make someone so bored or tired as unable to think clearly.
2. To amaze.
ETYMOLOGY:From French stupéfier (to astound), from Latin stupefacere (to make stupid or senseless), from stupere (to be numb or amazed) + facere (to make). Earliest documented use: before 1600.
USAGE:"Craig Kimbrel's stuff has an almost narcotic attraction to it, an irresistible quality that can stupefy."
Steve Hummer; Braves Closer Took Unusual Path to Role; The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Georgia); May 21, 2011.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:The religion of one age is the literary entertainment of the next. -Ralph Waldo Emerson, writer and philosopher (1803-1882)