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confuse, confound, to inebriatebefuddle
agitate, anger, irritate, exasperate; puzzle, confuse and concern, annoy somebody, confoundvex
agitation, beat rapidly, flap wings, wave; (about the heart) beat; vibrate, tremble, quiver; confuse, agitate; run about aimlessly, flapping or fluttering movement; agitated state, nervousness, excitedness; commotion; abnormally fast heartbeat; rapid c...flutter
amaze, stun, confuse, bewilder; fail to discern a difference, mix up, bring to ruin, expressing anger, frustrate somebody or something, get things mixed up, make situation worse, put to shame, refuteconfound
any of several wild oxen, bison, baffle somebody, confuse, buffalo fish, intimidate somebody, N American bison, see also:bison, type of horned cattlebuffalo
attach with a pin; confuse; cause worry; occupy oneself with useless activities, cottar, cotter pin, peg; cottager; peasant farmer; tenant farmer, wedge or bolt keeping things togethercotter
awaken, bother, interrupt; confuse; worry, cause concern; cause disorder, change shape or position, interrupt somebody, spoil peace and quiet, upset somebodydisturb
baffle and confuse, bewilder (Slang)flummox
baffle somebody, base of a tree, campaign, cut down to a stump, truncate; remove tree stumps; challenge, dare; perplex, confound; make a political campaign speech; stub, strike the end of something against a hard surface, cylindrical implement used in ...stump
baffle; confuse; complicate, complicate something, puzzle somebodyperplex
be unable to control something, be unable to find way, cease having ability or sense, cease having quality, confuse somebody, experience reduction in something, fail to keep possession of; mislay, misplace; be deprived of; be defeated, fail; be bereave...lose
become cloudy, become or make something opaque, confuse something, darker part, detract from something, flying mass, gloomy condition, impair something, look troubled, make dim, obscure; darken, make gloomy; cover with clouds; become cloudy, mass of
befuddle, muddle, confuse; become confused; spoil, become rotten; make rottenaddle
behave wildly, devilish power, expressing annoyance, interj. damn!, confound it! (used to express displeasure, irritation, etc.), place of punishment after death, place of punishment and torture where the wicked are sent after their death; misery, torm...hell
bewilder, confuse; frustrate, control something, frustrate something, instrument that regulates flow; board that regulates flow, partition in loudspeaker, puzzle somebody, restraining devicebaffle
blunder, fault; error, choose something incorrectly, identify somebody or something incorrectly, incorrect act or decision, make an error, be wrong; misinterpret, misunderstand; confuse, misunderstand something, misunderstandingmistake
blurred area, cloud of something, cloud; cover with fog; become covered with fog; obscure, confuse; cause bewilderment, perplex, expose something to light, haze, mist, mass of small droplets of water in the air which reduce visibility; confusion; blurr...fog
burst of activity, burst of snow, bustle, commotion, excitement; brief snowfall; gust of wind, confuse, upset, irritate, make uncertain, snow lightlyflurry
cause disorder; confuse, agitate, cause to lose composurediscompose
cause to feel uneasy, discompose, fluster, worry; confuse, cause disorder, upset or frustrate plansdisconcert
cause unease, cause anxiety; shame, confuse, hold somebody or something up, make or become self-consciousembarrass
cheat somebody, swindle; confuse, perplex somebodybamboozle
choking cloud, commotion, confuse somebody or be confused, nervous state, uproar, noise; confusion, pandemonium; stifling smoke or dustpother
closed at one end, confuse, cover or subterfuge, done unprepared, done without looking, hide, hiding place for hunters, made on underside of fabric, make permanently blind, make temporarily blind, make unable to judge properly, make unable to see; dazz...blind
complicated, confuse, make hard to understand, make difficult; make complex, folded, make something more complexcomplicate
confuse as if with drink, confusion, muddled state, drink too much, fuddled state, intoxicate; confuse, muddle; drink until intoxicated, get drunkfuddle
confuse or be confused, confuse things, confuse; mess up; soil; disturb; cause disorder; struggle through, push on, confused state, make water muddy, disorganization; confusion, mix things together in disorder, mix-up, stir an alcoholic beverage gentlymuddle
confuse or disconcert, mess updiscombobulate
confuse or obscure, cover with cloud, cover with clouds; confusebecloud
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