Be Numbed

Pronunciation of Be Numbed
/biː nˈʌmd/, /biː nˈʌmd/, /b_iː n_ˈʌ_m_d/

Synonyms for be numbed:

benumbed (adjective)

asleep, boring, deadened, dull, dulled, insensible, insensitive, trite, uninterested, unresponsive, wooden.

cold (adjective)

algid, arctic, benumbed, biting, bitter, blasting, bleak, boreal, brisk, brumal, chilled, cool, crisp, cutting, frigid, frore, frosty, frozen, gelid, glacial, hiemal, hyperborean, icebox, iced, icy, inclement, intense, keen, nipping, nippy, numbing, penetrating, piercing, polar, raw, rimy, severe, sharp, shivery, siberian, sleety, snappy, snowy, stinging, wintry, Numbed, hawkish, below freezing, below zero, have goose bumps, one-dog night, two-dog night.

drugged (adjective)

comatose, dazed, doped, dopey, floating, flying, high, loaded, narcotized, ripped, smashed, spaced-out, stoned, stupefied, unconscious, out of it, coked, blown away, junked-up, on a trip, strung out.

hardened (adjective)

accustomed, callous, case-hardened, coldhearted, contemptuous, cruel, disdainful, hard-bitten, hard-boiled, hardhearted, heartless, impenetrable, impious, inaccessible, inured, irreverent, obdurate, obtuse, prepared, resistant, seasoned, toughened, unashamed, unbending, uncaring, uncompassionate, unemotional, unsubmissive, Habituated, Indurated, Steeled, Unrepenting, hard-as-nails.

hopped-up (adjective)

drugged, intoxicated.

insensitive (adjective)

anesthetized, dead, senseless, unfeeling, immune to, impervious to, nonreactive.

numb (adjective)

aloof, apathetic, casual, detached, disinterested, incurious, indifferent, insensate, insentient, lethargic, listless, paralyzed, phlegmatic, remote, stuporous, torpid, unconcerned, immobilized, uncurious.

paralyzed (adjective)

crippled, disabled, helpless, incapacitated, nerveless, paralytic, unmoving.

shivery (adjective)


stiff (adjective)

annealed, arthritic, brittle, buckram, congealed, contracted, creaky, firm, fixed, graceless, hardened, indurate, inelastic, jelled, mechanical, ossified, petrified, refractory, rheumatic, rigid, set, solid, solidified, starchy, stark, steely, stony, taut, tense, thick, thickened, tight, ungraceful, unyielding, Cemented, Immalleable, Impliable, Incompliant, Unflexible, Starched, stiff as a board, unsupple.

stuporous (adjective)

blank, colorless, depressed, empty, even, flat, jejune, lifeless, lumpy, monotonous, passionless, placid, prosaic, quiet, regular, routine, slack, slow, spiritless, still, stolid, unexciting, usual, vacuous, Impassible.

thick-skinned (adjective)


torpid (adjective)

dormant, drowsy, heavy, idle, inactive, indolent, inert, lackadaisical, languid, languorous, latent, leaden, lymphatic, motionless, passive, slothful, slow-moving, sluggish, slumberous, sodden, somnolent, stagnant, static, hebetudinous, stupid, fainéant.

unconscious (adjective)

cold, entranced, flattened, inanimate, out, palsied, put away, raving, stunned, swooning, Knocked, Tranced, blacked out, zonked, bombed, dead to the world, out like a light, in a trance, feeling no pain, on the canvas.

unfeeling (adjective)

brutal, cantankerous, churlish, cold fish, cold-blooded, crotchety, exacting, hard, inhuman, merciless, pitiless, ruthless, surly, thick-skinned, uncordial, unkind, unsympathetic, Iron-hearted, Unamiable, Cold-hearted, feelingless, sensationless.

unimpressionable (adjective)

impassive, insusceptible, unsusceptible.

unsusceptible (adjective)


benumb (verb)

blunt, chill, cumber, daze, deaden, numb, stun, stupefy, Hebetate.

blunt (verb)

attenuate, benumb, cripple, dampen, debilitate, desensitize, disable, enfeeble, obtund, sap, soften, undermine, water down, weaken, take the edge off.

daze (verb)

addle, amaze, astonish, astound, befog, befuddle, bewilder, blind, blur, confound, dazzle, disorder, distract, dizzy, dumbfound, flabbergast, fuddle, muddle, mystify, overpower, overwhelm, paralyze, perplex, petrify, puzzle, rock, stagger, startle, surprise, mix up.

deaden (verb)

abate, alleviate, anesthetize, check, chloroform, consume, cushion, damp, depress, deprive, destroy, devitalize, dim, drown, etherize, exhaust, freeze, frustrate, gas, hush, impair, incapacitate, injure, ko, lay out, lessen, mute, put to sleep, quieten, reduce, repress, smother, stifle, suppress, tire, tone down, unnerve, knock out, retard, dope, put out of order.

desensitize (verb)

make inactive, make less sensitive, render insensible.

drug (verb)

dope up, dose, fix, medicate, narcotize, poison, relax, sedate, treat, HIT, analgize, dose up.

freeze (verb)

bite, congeal, frost, glaciate, harden, ice over, ice up, nip, pierce, refrigerate, solidify, stiffen, chill to the bone.

medicate (verb)

opiate, physic.

mute (verb)

bottle up, cork up, gag, lower, moderate, muzzle, pipe down, silence, subdue, turn down, put the lid on, decrease the volume, keep it down, put damper on, soft-pedal.

numb (verb)


paralyze (verb)

appall, arrest, bemuse, close, daunt, demolish, disarm, halt, lame, nonplus, palsy, prostrate, shut down, stop dead, transfix, make inert, bring to grinding halt, make nerveless.

petrify (verb)

alarm, dismay, horrify, scare, spook, terrify, put chill on, scare silly, scare stiff.

stiffen (verb)

anneal, brace, cake, candy, cement, clot, coagulate, condense, crystallize, curdle, gel, inflate, inspissate, jell, jelly, ossify, precipitate, prop, reinforce, stabilize, starch, steady, strengthen, tauten, thicken.

stupefy (verb)

awe, besot, confuse, faze, rattle, shock.

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