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Word of the Day 06/21/21 Flummoxed

Flummoxed (adjective)
flummoxed [ fluhm-uhkst ]


adjective
1. Informal. utterly bewildered, confused, or puzzled: When I walk into a store to buy video equipment and see the multitude of options, I’m befuddled and flummoxed.

WORDS RELATED TO FLUMMOXED
mystify, confound, perplex, bewilder, discombobulate, nonplus, baffle, disconcert, puzzle, stump, throw, buffalo, throw off

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Origin: flummox + -ed

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