Definition of stupor noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

stupor

noun
ˈstjuːpə(r)
 
; ˈstuːpər
 
[singular, uncountable]
 
a state in which you are unable to think, hear, etc. clearly, especially because you have drunk too much alcohol, taken drugs or had a shock
He drank himself into a stupor.a drunken stuporShe was led away in a state of stupor.
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