- v be a mystery or bewildering to
- v make more complicated
- a full of difficulty or confusion or bewilderment
perplexed state of the world
- I thought I had read this same basic story several times recently and was a little perplexed why it was news.
- For spring 2004, when every designer was sending cliches of femininity down the runway, Kawakubo left many in the audience perplexed by presenting models in voluminous skirts .
- Add to that a link with certain other blood conditions and neurological conditions, and it's no surprise that researchers are still perplexed about the headaches or that .
- John McDonnell in Independent
It is quite obvious that Microsoft's bid of $33 per share is a superior alternative to Yahoo's prospects on a standalone basis. I am perplexed by the board's actions. It is irresponsible to hide behind management's more than overly optimistic... Carl Icahn http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Icahn&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFlrKts1BbP3ZXOUT4AiKSyn5YGMw Macworld http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.macworld.com/article/133487/2008/05/icahn.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEHd4VCP02hPFesS8TsJc7Hf_5N2g May 15, 2008
73706 98707 perplexed Labour MP John McDonnell said he was absolutely gobsmacked" at Mr Mandelson's return to Cabinet, adding: "The whole Labour movement will be utterly perplexed at what the Prime Minister's motives are. This is an extraordinary step backwards into the...
- Greg Walden in Washington Post
Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., told Kendall he was "perplexed by the notion that maybe Dick Cheney did something in the background that you didn't spot."