- v. Simple past tense and past participle of confuddle.
- adj. In a state of extreme confusion, especially when unable to solve a frustrating problem.
- Blend of confused and befuddled (Wiktionary)
“After much too and fro - and apparently some confuddled explanations - the figure was revised to $60 billion.”
“Hank, he scratches his head, for he's kind o 'confuddled, and thinks mebby he really has brought this basket with him.”
“You're absolutely right to be confuddled, and let me set things straight.”
“The only time he came unstuck was when he confuddled his Matt with his Di Matteo and reeled off a question in Italian only to elicit the response: "Why's this fella speaking Welsh to me?”
“Burning yule logs hold the camera better than Partridge, but burning yule logs have never gotten a chance to think confuddled thoughts near”
“Okey dokey slops, That'll be me confuddled then, 2 hands 1 mouth, beer or food?? beer or food? beer or food?”
“I read that as real men then, I was getting confuddled as I was'nt sure there were any in germany As I had to miss the last one, you can count me in.”
“A cough, a chuckle and a gaggle of confuddled Francophone reporters who missed the almost gaffe”
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