1estupefacción femininehe looked at me in stupefaction — me miró estupefacto
- In any case, I wound up spending two weeks in a psychiatric clinic, drugged into oblivious stupefaction, until I checked myself out.
- His days became days of stupefaction, drifting away from the world in his drug-induced state.
- Through the scene's plasticity and its magnificent editing mismatches, we clearly see that the event focuses all of Nick's anguish and suffering, giving a reality to his stupefaction.
- Numerous art historians responded to Hockney's proposal with suspicious stupefaction, as if this avant-garde upstart were accusing the old masters of painting by numbers.
- His look of pure stupefaction confirms her suspicions.