from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. Informal To confuse; perplex.
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- v. To confuse; to fluster; to flabbergast.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. be a mystery or bewildering to
I have tried the baby surprise several times and it continues to flummox me.
That detail might flummox conspiracy theorists trying to figure out whether Fox's shots are secretly favoring the New York Yankees or Philadelphia Phillies, since both are Mets archenemies.
This day-in-the-life format focuses mostly on OR dramatics, doctor-patient interaction and security issues (which constantly flummox Lexie), but one major love-front development does manage to slip through. —
Mudd could continually flummox Kirk and Spock in a way that further develops the bond of friendship that was introduced in the first film.
According to the mag, a castmember from the past is making a return to the show … a return that is likely to flummox quite a few viewers, I think:
Facebook and other social networking tools flummox me because there are so many things going on at once.
Once again, in terms of political theater, the president has managed to flummox both critics and angels alike.
Unless a side has the imagination to come at him early with slow bowling as New Zealand did to flummox their opponents in the 1992 competition he could be long since up and running by the time the restrictions come in.
According to a local source, however, a town official said the event planners are giving out that the wedding will be at the end of July to flummox the press -- but that the wedding will be held, in fact, on an earlier date in July.
They destroy draft registration records to flummox Nazi efforts to conscript Norwegian youth for the front lines.
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