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Verb(1) be a mystery or bewildering to(2) make more complicated
(1) We are all anxious and eager to find answers to questions that intrigue and perplex us; this is natural.(2) The Aztecs exhibition will stun and perplex many people who see it.(3) Questions such as those can perplex many workers.(4) This is done usually at the behest of central bankers who are still somewhat perplexingly attached to strong currencies at all costs.(5) Sophie looked up at his perplexed face and started laughing.(6) One has a look of perplexed surprise; the other, a haughty indifference.(7) The idea of making unnecessary sacrifices at the expense of your looks and leisure time genuinely perplexes people.(8) I stared perplexedly for a full minute before I rediscovered my wits and jumped in surprise.(9) I gazed down perplexedly at the top of her glossy, jet-black head.(10) Physicians are often perplexed about how to interpret abnormal results within the panels.(11) The children were perplexed by her unexpected good humor, but they admired her good-natured bravery in the face of personal tragedy.(12) In practice, the biographer has to choose not between lively and dull, but more subtly and perplexingly , between candid and glib.(13) We are perplexed , but we don't give up and quit.(14) His face screwed up into a perplexed expression.(15) He was perplexed by her question and it more than a little baffled him.(16) No, what is perplexing me more is the discrepancy between giving and asking.
(1) in perpetuity :: visam laikui
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