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Part of Speech
- Completely unable to understand; utterly confused or perplexed.
- To bewilder; confound; confuse.
This word was first used in 1832, meaning confused or perplexed.
Usage and Examples
Here are a couple of examples:
- The information left Jack terribly flummoxed.
- Even the pundits were flummoxed as to how Talbot won the election.