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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of mystify.
- adj. puzzled or confused
- adj. state of enchantment as concerns person or event
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- adj. totally perplexed and mixed up
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The name mystified me, until I came to realize that salsa golf must have been, at some point, a staple on country club menus in some of the Spanish-speaking world.
Though laziness is easily enough understood, I remain mystified as to why anyone who purports to follow Jesus would choose to condemn an entire population over choosing to obey Jesus 'self-proclaimed greatest commandment to love one's neighbor as oneself.
You wrote that you remain mystified by the insistence of those who live in the Chapala area on driving US-plated cars.
As a final note, I remain mystified by the insistence of those who live in the Chapala area on driving US-plated cars, even those who clearly have adequate resources to pay the modest additional costs.
The young man jerked in Laronnar's arms, gurgled once, and went limp, his expression mystified, astonished.
The alarm calls mystified the police, but finally, one officer fresh out of training pointed out that it felt like a B-grade movie and suggested searching the empty building next door.
It is worth recording, that the same change of name mystified slanderous friends in the Presidency of Madras.
U.S. District Judge John Gleeson of Brooklyn, N.Y., said he was "mystified" by the government's failure to hand over copious testimony given to federal investigators by some of the defendants 'former colleagues.
Last April, Goldman Sachs CFO David Viniar said he was "mystified" by concerns that the government bailout of AIG may have disproportionately favored Goldman.
Their extraordinary letter said they were "mystified" by the NRA's characterization of Judge Sotomayor as "hostile to the rights of gun owners."