Adjective · Verb · vocabulary

Word to the Wise: baffle


baffle (verb) – confuse, be or make unable to understand

baffled/baffling (adjective) – confused/confusing, unable to understand

Examples of how you can use baffle:

His behaviour lately baffled his professors. Why had his grades gone down so much?

Your question baffles me. I’m not sure I’ll be able to find out an answer.

With a baffling shot from far out in the field, the team’s top scorer again did the impossible.

In a rather baffling analogy, the politician compared citizens to wild dogs.

The doctor was baffled how Grandpa could still have so many children’s diseases.

Are you baffled by your Ikea do-it-yourself furniture? Just let us put it together for you.


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