Something that's stuporous is slowed and muddled. When you first wake up in the morning, you may stumble around in a stuporous state.

When a person is stuporous, she is confused, sluggish, and foggy. A patient who's had surgery often wakes up feeling stuporous, and going without sleep for several days will leave almost anyone stuporous. If you're stuporous, you're in a stupor, or not quite fully conscious. In Latin, stupor means "insensibility, numbness, or dullness," from stupere, or "be stunned."

Definitions of stuporous
  1. adjective
    stunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or exhaustion)
    synonyms: dazed, foggy, groggy, logy
    lethargic, unenergetic
    deficient in alertness or activity
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