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numbing

Synonyms:

adjective
all
numbing.
cold
bitter, numbing, chilled, hawkish, iced, icy, Numbed, cool, icebox, brumal, frosty, hiemal, raw, arctic, snappy, have goose bumps, frigid, sleety, one-dog night, hyperborean, biting, shivery, crisp, brisk, blasting, sharp, rimy, gelid, piercing, severe, glacial, algid, inclement, cutting, nippy, benumbed, penetrating, keen, stinging, boreal, siberian, intense, below freezing, wintry, frore, polar, two-dog night, frozen, nipping, snowy, below zero, bleak.
freezing
frost-bound, chilly.
narcotic
hypnotic, analgesic, somnific, opiate, somnorific, soporiferous, calming, somnolent, anesthetic, soporific, stupefying, Stupefactive, deadening, somnifacient, Stupefacient, sedative.
piercing
deafening, exquisite, Stentorious, cold, blaring, painful, earsplitting, excruciating, thin, shattering, stabbing, loud, shrill, high, racking, high-pitched, treble, knifelike, stentorian, acute, shooting, roaring, powerful, agonizing, freezing, fierce.
shivery
cool*, icy*, chill*.
soporific
nodding, balmy, somniferous, soothing, narcotic, drowsy, slumberous, quietening, tranquilizing, dozy, snoozy, mesmerizing.
noun
numbing
desensitizing, desensitising.
verb
blunt
dampen, undermine, cripple, numb, disable, Hebetate, enfeeble, soften, take the edge off, weaken, attenuate, water down, debilitate, sap, deaden.
daze
befog, astonish, perplex, muddle, befuddle, bewilder, dizzy, petrify, astound, confound, blind, startle, distract, dazzle, mystify, blur, fuddle, surprise, rock, addle, overwhelm, mix up, puzzle, flabbergast, disorder, stagger, overpower, dumbfound, amaze.
numb
blunt, chill, obtund, stun, stupefy, paralyze, frost, freeze, benumb, dull, desensitize, immobilize, anesthetize.
numbing
desensitizing, drugging, narcotizing, stupefying, Dazing, Dulling, anesthetizing, deadening.
Examples of usage:
  1. There was no actual sound, no movement, but the atmosphere became charged by degrees with a deadly, numbing cold, like the breath of frost in the air. – Bye-Ways by Robert Smythe Hichens
  2. In her lap both hands lay clenched into tiny fists- clenched so tightly that it hurt, numbing her fingers: a physical pain that, somehow, helped her to endure the paroxysms of shame. – The Brass Bowl by Louis Joseph Vance
  3. He saw things as the working classes saw them, saw them with all their grey unloveliness, their numbing monotony. – The Everlasting Arms by Joseph Hocking
  4. But, despite the padding within his suit, he felt the numbing cold of this dead world strike through. – The Finding of Haldgren by Charles Willard Diffin
  5. The sorrow was too deep for tears, the suffering too acute and numbing. – By Wit of Woman by Arthur W. Marchmont

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