Definition of stuporific in English:

stuporific

adjective

rare
  • Inducing stupor:

    ‘a stuporific draught’
    • ‘Peruvian Indians use it as a stuporific intoxicant.’
    • ‘His cynical doodling did nothing to relieve the stuporific boredom of the meeting.’
    • ‘Datura was a violently psychoactive plant well known and widely used in Africa as a stuporific poison.’
    • ‘At first I was fixed in stuporific insensibility, silent, sullen, and staring.’
    • ‘For the most part it was a stuporific blur, though she had vague flashbacks of raucous singing with many of the tavern's locals.’

Origin

Mid 18th century: from stupor + -ific.

Pronunciation

stuporific

/stjuːpəˈrɪfɪk/