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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishperplexedper‧plexed /pəˈplekst $ pər-/ adjective  CONFUSEDconfused and worried by something that you do not understand syn puzzled The student looked at him, perplexed. Perplexed investors tried to work out what the deal meant.perplexedly /pəˈpleksədli, -ˈplekstli $ pər-/ adverb
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perplexedThe sudden ups and downs of the stock market have left analysts perplexed.What's wrong? You look perplexed.Ideas and Information is a guide for the perplexed.Mr. Straw I can not understand the Secretary of State is looking perplexed.Julie, perplexed by her boyfriend's sudden outburst, kept out of his way.I arrived perplexed, cold and totally ill-prepared as a young naval officer at Wilhelmshaven that winter.The perplexed driver took him to a police station - which then contacted Steve.Mr Rice was staring at the report with a perplexed expression on his face.A little perplexed, he left the second mug of Pils on the table.One is perplexed how it affects the rest of the lunar cycle.
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