“But the word stumped him—he had evidently never heard it before.”
“In the meantime there was a noise outside, and in stumped an elderly woman.”
“One thing I like to do when I’m stumped is stop writing!”
“By Monday afternoon, I was stumped, which is why I asked your husband.”
“Margot stumped down the stairs, her cap quivering with excitement.”
“Mr. PARKER: I was kind of stumped by the fact that I was a senior and she was a freshman, and that did not feel right.”
“Not at all, Keith -- in the previous thread (s), I've pointed out that several other candidates have, in fact, provided an exact number of U.S. troops they intend to leave in Iraq -- relevant to this thread, however, was simply my agreement with (an example thereof) Obama being "stumped" by questions.”
“Look, I'm simply providing one example of Obama getting "stumped" that's all.”
“This particular exchange was later rendered even more bizarre when Barton's own staff put out a press release and video of the embarrassing change, claiming it was Barton who "stumped" Secretary Chu.”
“In an interview aboard the "Straight Talk Express," McCain said he was "stumped" and "not informed enough" when asked whether "contraceptives help stop the spread of HIV.”
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