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  1. Fegami says:
    Aug 02,  · Another word for flummox: baffle, confuse, stump, perplex, defeat | Collins English Thesaurus.
  2. Negal says:
    flummox in Hebrew - Translation of flummox to Hebrew from Morfix dictionary, the leading online English Hebrew translation site, with audio pronunciation, inflections, synonyms, example sentences, Hebrew Nikud (punctuation), encyclopedia and more.
  3. Samujin says:
    Flummox's full performance at Boro Pride in Murfreesboro, TN. Setlist: Stone Cold Crazy (Queen) Hey! Summer Cold Excelsior! Trans Girls Need Guns Lineup: Alyson Blake Dellinger - .
  4. Fauktilar says:
    flummox: 1 v be a mystery or bewildering to Synonyms: amaze, baffle, beat, bewilder, dumbfound, get, gravel, mystify, nonplus, perplex, pose, puzzle, stick, stupefy, vex Types: show 4 types hide 4 types mix up, stump cause to be perplexed or confounded riddle set a difficult problem or riddle elude, escape be.
  5. Mazum says:
    Flummox definition, to bewilder; confound; confuse. See more.
  6. Muramar says:
    Slovak company producing lathe cut records in small series. Matrix number scheme ŠČ - YY - LN "ŠČ" - default, sign from the novel “One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich” written by Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn as a remembrance of all victims of totalitarian regimes. “YY“ - year of cutting “L“ - letter [A - Z] "N" -.
  7. Gur says:
    Flummox means to bewilder, to confuse, to perplex, to puzzle. Charles Dickens used the word flummox in his work The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, also known as The Pickwick Papers, first published as a serial in and then as a novel in The word flummox was most likely derived from a Scottish or English dialect word. One possible origin is the English .
  8. Malaramar says:
    flum·mox (flŭm′əks) tr.v. flum·moxed, flum·mox·ing, flum·mox·es Informal To confuse; perplex. [Probably of English dialectal origin.] flummox (ˈflʌməks) vb (tr) to perplex or bewilder [C of unknown origin] flum•mox (ˈflʌm əks) v.t. Informal. to bewilder; confound; confuse. [–40; orig. uncertain] flummox Past participle.

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