mystify : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v be a mystery or bewildering to
- v make mysterious
mystify the story
- First printed in a Scottish poem in 1503, the ancient and awesomely powerful F-bomb continues to mystify lexicographers.
- The 624-page book is an extraordinary act of scholarship, the definitive account of an event that continues to fascinate and mystify.
- Jakes' eccentric pauses, coy glances at his audience and the occasional odd, Holy Spirit-inspired stutter that sounds like a skipping CD might normally mystify or annoy the .
- Jim Buckmaster in Chicago Sun-Times
Frankly, Sheriff Dart's actions mystify me,Craigslist CEO Jim Buckmaster said in a statement.
- Franz Josef Jung in Deutsche Welle
These pictures revolt and mystify me,Defense Minister Jung said. "It is clear that such behavior cannot be tolerated from German soldiers. It runs counter to the values and codes of conduct we try to instill in our soldiers. People who...
- Vaclav Havel in AFP
His predecessor Vaclav Havel said at the opening ceremony in Prague's private DOX gallery late Thursday that "to shock and to mystify is part of modern, postmodern and post-postmodern art."