Such, then, is the perplexed condition of the evidence.
Boyce looked at Lloyd with a perplexed expression.
Round-faced Markart nodded in a perplexed fashion.
Lloyd wasn't at all perplexed by her question.
Nothing confused her now; nothing perplexed her in her knowledge of him.
No sound mind is ever perplexed by the contemplation of mysteries.
I was silent for a few moments, perplexed to know what answer to give.
Jonah stared at her with a perplexed frown, and then the words came in a rush.
For a time I was perplexedbeyond measure to account for this campaign.
At this he turned with a perplexed look again to Cyn, who proceeded.
A look of perplexed innocence came over Wickersham's face.
Definition of Perplexed
Confused or puzzled. | Bewildered. | simple past tense and past participle of perplex
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