Synonym: confusion, dilemma, enigma, mystery, perplexity, problem, quandary. Similar words: buzz off. Meaning: ['pʌzl] n. 1. a particularly baffling problem that is said to have a correct solution 2. a toy that tests your ingenuity. v. 1. be a mystery or bewildering to 2. be uncertain about; think about without fully understanding or being able to decide.
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1, This jigsaw puzzle has 1000 interlocking pieces.
2, This puzzle is a real sod.
3, I can't answer that puzzle; I give up.
4, A jigsaw puzzle can keep me absorbed for hours.
5, What happened to the ship remains a puzzle.
6, He sat frowning over a crossword puzzle.
7, It's good for students to puzzle things out for themselves.
8, Their reason for doing it is still a puzzle to me.
9, It's a puzzle where all my money goes each week.
10, The findings of the survey puzzle me - they're not at all what I would have expected.
11, Another piece of the puzzle fell into place.
12, The puzzle remains of what happened to the ship.
13, She fitted the last piece into the jigsaw puzzle.
14, I've never been able to puzzle her out.
15, I don't know the key to the puzzle.
16, Stretch your brain with this puzzle.
17, This puzzle has well and truly foxed me!
18, Have another crack at solving this puzzle.
19, This jigsaw puzzle has two pieces missing.
20, She was involved in working out a puzzle.
21, I bet you can't do this puzzle.
22, He thought he had solved the puzzle .
23, The deeper meaning of the poem remains a puzzle.
24, Pieces of the puzzle suddenly clicked together.
25, She forgot how the puzzle fitted together.
26, The puzzle niggled away in Arnold's mind.
27, This crossword puzzle is next to impossible.
28, The risks can be so complex that banks hire mathematicians to puzzle them out.
29, The meaning of the poem has always been a puzzle.
30, Geneticists in Canada have discovered a clue to the puzzle of why our cells get old and die.
More similar words: buzz off.