Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of bumbaze.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Amazed; confused; stupefied.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • They're not words you hear every day - but to Scrabble champions, spelling out 'bumbazed' (which means bemused or befuddled) or 'fanion' (a small flag) is the equivalent of landing a right hook.

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  • G —, sir, I never could help laughing when I think how the scoundrel redcoats must have been bumbazed; for the mist being, as I said, thick, they had little notion, I take it, that they were on the verge of such a dilemma.

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  • G--, sir, I never could help laughing when I think how the scoundrel redcoats must have been bumbazed; for the mist being, as I said, thick, they had little notion, I take it, that they were on the verge of such

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  • The eclectic choice of words used in the three-round final - including 'oribi' and 'zoeal', which are explained below, as well as 'bumbazed' and 'fanion' - shows how technical a high-level game can be.

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