Synonym: baffle, bewilder, confound, mystify, puzzle. Similar words: interplay, purple, complex, complexity, sharply, airplane, dyslexia, flexible. Meaning: [pər'pleks /pə'pleks] v. 1. be a mystery or bewildering to 2. make more complicated.
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1 The disease has continued to perplex doctors.
2 The student looked at him, perplexed.
3 His strange behaviour perplexed her greatly.
4 This problem perplexes me.
5 The question perplexed me.
6 I found the whole thing extremely perplexing.
7 It took years to understand many perplexing diseases.
8 The whole affair is very perplexing.
9 He gave her a perplexed look.
10 They find the company's attitude perplexing and unreasonable.
11 He perplexed me with this problem.
12 Don't perplex the issue.
13 The dramatic desiccation of North Africa is a perplexing phenomenon.
14 This might seem very perplexing to those who know nothing about it.
15 We were perplexed by his failure to answer the letter.
16 Gary looked rather perplexed.
17 The students looked perplexed, so the teacher tried to explain once again.
18 Perplexed investors tried to work out what the deal meant.
19 It perplexed him because he was tackling it the wrong way.
20 She had to explain her behaviour to her perplexed supporters.
21 Solly's climb was to perplex and stretch the best climbers for decades.
22 I have no wish to perplex the issue.
23 The new tax laws perplex me.
24 But fitting the tracksuit seemed to perplex Dolce.
25 In reality,(www.Sentencedict.com) careers and the workplace perplex me entirely.
26 This maker continues to perplex me with this wine.
27 By undue profoundity we perplex and enfeeble thought.
28 Do not perplex the issue.
29 The professor is never at a nonplus, and never perplexed by a problem.
30 Even if the technological aspects are fully understood, the application of the law to them may still perplex.
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