torporific

torporific

[tawr-puh-rif-ik]
adjective
causing torpor.

Origin:
1760–70; torpor + -i- + -fic

untorporific, adjective
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torpor (ˈtɔːpə)
 
n
a state of torpidity
 
[C17: from Latin: inactivity, from torpēre to be motionless]
 
torpor'ific
 
adj

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