- n. Plural form of baffle.
“The day's title baffles Americans — a celebration of pugilism, perhaps?”
“The day's title baffles Americans—a celebration of pugilism, perhaps?”
“While "les baffles" is an informal term, accoustic speakers are originally known as "les enceintes".”
“The day's title baffles Americans-a celebration of pugilism, perhaps?”
“Among other things, he told them the plant didn't have basic pollution control devices called baffles, which are required by the state.”
“And how that ever became an acceptable pronuciation of the word baffles me -- it sounds like something you'd go to the bathroom in on a camping trip, and not a tasty and delicious nut.”
“He told them that the plant didn't have basic pollution control devices called baffles, which are required by the state to prevent toxic particles from gushing into the air.”
“For example, the parts of the system that trap solids - called baffles - can detach undetected for between six months and a year, he said.”
“This kind of baffles me, as these things are about as reliable as they come.”
“Squirrel "baffles" seem to baffle no one except, perhaps, the homeowner trying to install them.”
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