Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Plaited, netted, or made plexiform; plexiform.

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Examples

  • He understood at that moment a good deal that had per-plexed him earlier in the morning.

    Twin Moons

  • I watched, totally plexed, as Stella circled the room, whistling hysterically.

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  • The UA Lynbrook and the now-deceased UA Astoria are two other theatres which plexed in the old stage area.

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  • The UA Lynbrook and the now-deceased UA Astoria are two other theatres which plexed in the old stage area.

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  • Alex, looking pe plexed, whispered to me, as we watched Breeta's exit.

    The Celtic Riddle

  • Andacanavar asked, seeing Midalis 'per - plexed expression; but then the ranger exploded in laughter, and so did Bruinhelde.

    Mortalis

  • Andacanavar asked, seeing Midalis 'per - plexed expression; but then the ranger exploded in laughter, and so did Bruinhelde.

    Mortalis

  • Kirk scratched the back of his neck, looking per - plexed.

    The Better Man

  • Roger Sherman voiced the question that per - plexed many Northerners: 'Why should slaves, who are considered property in the South, be counted when seats are being allocated, any more than cattle and horses in the North?'

    Legacy

  • I was per plexed by finding, apparently united in the same individual, the self-possession and confidence of the well equipped gentleman, and the coarseness and low tastes of the uncivilized boor -- frankness and reserve, recklessness and self restraint, extravagance, and penuriousness.

    A Journey in the Seaboard Slave States; With Remarks on Their Economy

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