Antonyms of TORPOR

Synonyms of TORPOR

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  1. It might be said to commence from the middle of the eighteenth century, that is, about nine years before the birth of Schiller; but a progress of forty years had not carried it so far towards its meridian altitude, as that the sympathetic shock from the French Revolution was by one fraction more rude and shattering than the public torpor still demanded. "Biographical Essays" by Thomas de Quincey
  2. The whole events of the night might have been a dream but for the insupportable languor which numbed his senses, and the torpor of his arm, that, swollen and discolored, lay outside the coverlet on a pillow before him. "Sally Dows and Other Stories" by Bret Harte
  3. " I hope I shall have another child next spring," she would write, " there is only that to take away the misery of this torpor. "The White Peacock" by D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence

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