flummox flummox  /flə ˈmɔks/


  • (v) be a mystery or bewildering to


  1. Not that she didn't flummox her leading men into stammering or purple prose.
  2. But both of those countries are deep in flummox about the crisis.
  3. The news has to flummox moviegoers who'd have guessed that the only music the 67-year-old actor could move to would be a Sousa march.


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    LONDON, June 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- According to Active Investigations an Essex-based company with a private eye network throughout the UK and world-wide, business is booming and new customers have a clear motive that wouldn't flummox Jason Felstead. Debtor tracing, matrimonial...
    on June 18, 2013     Source: PR Newswire

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