- v.使（某人）困惑不解，使迷惑( mystify的过去式和过去分词 );
There was something strange in her attitude which mystified me.
They were totally mystified by the girl's disappearance.
I'm mystified ; I just cannot see how he did it.
He mystified us all by pouring his drink out of the window.
She was genuinely mystified by her success.
Chueh - hsin was mystified. " Which extra ? Who's started to fight? "
“ 什么号外? 哪个打起来了? ” 觉新莫名其妙地说.
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The audience must have been totally mystified by the plot.
She would easily be mystified, easily crushed.
The men were simply mystified.
The magician's tricks mystified the audience.
His sudden disappearance mystified the police.
I'm mystified; I just can't see how he did it.
In this manner, AIDS appeared insidiously and mystified doctors and scientists alike.
The latter pair say they are mystified by what has unfolded.
TYPICAL USE : The magician's tricks mystified the audience in the theatre.
Songs like "Tomorrow Never Knows", "Strawberry Fields Forever", and "A Day in the Life" featured revolutionary sound effects that dazzled and mystified Martin's American counterparts.
1. totally perplexed and mixed up;
"all this duncical nonsense has my brains metagrobolized"- Wall Street Journal