Perplex in a sentence as a verb

But it's a good way to perplex the unwary.

I was a bit perplex after reading this article.

Why does the Oculus acquisition seem to perplex the HN crowd?

Understood they're not always the same thing - I often see a beachball with 6gig free, which used to perplex me a bit, now it just bugs me. :/

Rand Paul, whom I agree with on a great many issues, has some views that perplex me, as did his father.

Comment sections on high-traffic news sites such as the BBC perplex me. I go to the BBC to read the BBC news, not people's rants.

Please excuse my complete ignorance - this is something that continues to perplex me no matter how many times I hear it explained and I may sound like a complete idiot here.

I was also perplex the first time I entered this project.\nYou would be surprise how this simple rules is already quite challenging.\nThis game is fully observable and also determinist, which give way to make much more complex AI I think.

Many aspects of modern society thoroughly perplex me, specifically the excessive cleanliness exhibited primarily in urban centresOn another forum I read today that "it seems that rural areas are the only parts of the US that use common sense anymore.

Perplex definitions


be a mystery or bewildering to; "This beats me!"; "Got me--I don't know the answer!"; "a vexing problem"; "This question really stuck me"

See also: stick puzzle mystify baffle beat pose bewilder


make more complicated; "There was a new development that complicated the matter"

See also: complicate