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Definition of perplexed (Meaning of perplexed)
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Perplex Per*plex", v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Perplexed}; p. pr. &
	     vb. n. {Perplexing}.] [L. perplexari. See {Perplex}, a.]
	     1. To involve; to entangle; to make intricate or complicated,
	        and difficult to be unraveled or understood; as, to
	        perplex one with doubts.
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	              No artful wildness to perplex the scene. --Pope.
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	              What was thought obscure, perplexed, and too hard
	              for our weak parts, will lie open to the
	              understanding in a fair view.         --Locke.
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	     2. To embarrass; to puzzle; to distract; to bewilder; to
	        confuse; to trouble with ambiguity, suspense, or anxiety.
	        ``Perplexd beyond self-explication.' --Shak.
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	              We are perplexed, but not in despair. --2 Cor. iv.
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	              We can distinguish no general truths, or at least
	              shall be apt to perplex the mind.     --Locke.
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	     3. To plague; to vex; to tormen. --Glanvill.
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	     Syn: To entangle; involve; complicate; embarrass; puzzle;
	          bewilder; confuse; distract. See {Embarrass}.
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	  Perplexed Per*plexed", a.
	     Entangled, involved, or confused; hence, embarrassd; puzzled;
	     doubtful; anxious. -- {Per*plex"ed*ly}, adv. --
	     {Per*plex"ed*ness}, n.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.44
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