Definition of stultification in English:



  • See stultify

    • ‘Government regimentation of the socio-economic order always leads to widespread chaos, stultification and despair.’
    • ‘All the vast resources of corporate America are directed toward the political and ideological stultification of the broad masses.’
    • ‘What Rowse saw in the Elizabethan age was energy and opportunity: what he saw in his own age was restriction and stultification.’
    • ‘In Nietzschean line of argumentation, democracy is tantamount to indecision, moral justification (proof of weakness), and stultification of politics, or ‘the rule of the mob.’’
    • ‘The result was an increasing stultification within the faith, and the gulf between Jewish Law and everyday reality widened.’