Our vocabulary blog word this week is befuddle.

As 
defined 
by Merriam-Webster, 

befuddle, 

an verb, means "to make someone unable to think clearly." 

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AM6
04/15/2013 3:11pm

The teacher expects the critical thinking question to befuddle most of the students. This sentence makes sense because the teacher expected the class to be confused over the difficult question.

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AP7
04/15/2013 3:11pm

The girl befuddled the teacher with her question. This sentence makes sense because the girl asked a hard question which made the teacher think unclearly.

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km7
04/15/2013 4:02pm

The riddle befuddled me. Befuddled makes sense in this sentence because the riddle confused me.

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kg8
04/15/2013 5:12pm

I was befuddled after learning the results of my math test. This sentence makes sense because the person was so excited about their math quiz they couldn't think clearly.

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ET7
04/15/2013 6:07pm

The wise man befuddled the intruder with his tricky riddles. Befuddled makes sense in this sentence because the wise man made the intruder unable to think clearly with his riddles.

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PN7
04/15/2013 6:08pm

Mr. Daffey’s thoughts were befuddled due to the high amount of alcohol that was consumed that night. Befuddled makes sense here because too much alcohol causes unclear thinking.

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Sa6
04/15/2013 6:46pm

The befuddlement of Dr. Jacobson in the morning made him run more tests on his patient. The word befuddlement in this sentence means Dr. Jacobson was unable to think clearly in the morning to diagnose his patient.

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ALH7
04/15/2013 7:24pm

The trick question on the test left the girl befuddled. This sentence makes sense because the girl wasn't able to think clear enouhg to get the answer.

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MR7
04/15/2013 7:59pm

A hard blow to the head could give a person a concussion, which may befuddle them. The word befuddle can be used in this situation because a concussion could affect the brain and thought processing.

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MH6
04/15/2013 8:03pm

I was very befuddled when I learned the new math unit. The word makes sense because I was very confused when I learned the new math unit.

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KFM7
04/15/2013 8:20pm

When my sister saw Justin Bieber, she was befuddled and fainted. This makes sense because she was so overwhelmed by his face that she couldn't think clearly and then fainted.

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as7
04/15/2013 8:33pm

I became very befuddled when my friend reminded me of the homework that was due Monday.
Befuddle makes sense because I was unable to think clearly when I remembered how much homework I still had to do.

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EL8
04/15/2013 8:48pm

The teacher befuddled the boy when he went too fast. This makes sense because the teacher confused the boy when he went too fast.

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IH6
04/15/2013 9:43pm

He drank so much alcohol that his thoughts became befuddled. This sentence makes sense because this person is not able to think clearly, due to the high level of alcohol.

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NB6
04/16/2013 3:45pm

My sister was befuddled when she saw a dog that looked like a lion. Befuddle makes sense in this sentence because my sister was confused by what she saw.

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vv8
04/16/2013 4:07pm

The expert level sudoku puzzle befuddled me; every number I filled in I later had to erase. This makes sense because the sudoku puzzle was confusing and made it difficult to think straight.

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zhahn118
04/16/2013 4:25pm

After he hit himself in the head on accident, he had befuddled himself because he had a headache. Befuddle makes sense because when you have a headache you can't think clearly.

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mb120
04/16/2013 4:32pm

The unusual behavior of the dog I was writing research about befuddled me. The sentence makes sense because the dog's behavior confused me.

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DG8
04/16/2013 5:14pm

I befuddled my grandmother when I told her a crazy riddle. It makes sense because I confused her with the riddle.

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EB6
04/16/2013 5:35pm

Jhon's riddle was quite clever ,and hard that it befuddled the thinker.
This word makes sense in this sentence because the person trying to guess the riddle ,but he was unable to think clearly.

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Mr. Fodor
04/16/2013 8:58pm

Spelling

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AH7
04/16/2013 5:39pm

The idea that her best friend stole her bike befuddled her for the whole school day. This sentence makes sense because the idea that her best friend stole her bike made her not able to think straight during school.

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jh7
04/16/2013 5:55pm

All the talking befuddled me during the tests.

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Mr. Fodor
04/16/2013 9:04pm

Does not have a sentence explaining the use of the word.

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AV7
04/16/2013 7:17pm

Sometimes my sister befuddles my dad when he is working by asking him a million questions.

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Mr. Fodor
04/16/2013 9:02pm

Missing the sentence that explains the use of the word.

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CH7
04/16/2013 8:05pm

The teacher caught me off guard and befuddled me when she asked me what the square root of one hundred and forty-four was. Befuddled makes sense in this sentence, because since the student wasn't paying attention to the teacher and was asked a question, they were unable to think clearly.

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GH6
04/16/2013 8:11pm

The Rubik's Cube had me completely befuddled. The word befuddled makes sense in this context because the Rubik's Cube confused me and left me unable to solve it.

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MC7
04/16/2013 8:11pm

The sweepstakes winner was befuddled when he heard the news of his winning. This sentence makes sense because the winner was unable to think clearly when he heard he won.

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ANO8
04/16/2013 8:35pm

Math tests have always easily befuddled me.
This sentence makes sense because math tests make me unable to think clearly.

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LT7
04/16/2013 8:59pm

My friend befuddled me when she said a tongue twister so fast I couldn't understand a word she said. Befuddle is used correctly in this sentence because my friend confused me when she said a tongue twister.

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AO8
04/16/2013 9:02pm

The math equation befuddled Mark. This sentence makes sense because the math equation confused him and made him unable to think clearly.

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ES8
04/16/2013 9:25pm

My reading test befuddled me. Befuddle makes sense in this sentence because I was confused and unable to think clearly while taking the reading test

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kb7
04/16/2013 11:00pm

My new math teacher befuddled me when he was teaching the lesson.
This makes sense because its saying i didnt uderstand and how I was confussed about what the teacher was teaching.

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Mr. Fodor
04/17/2013 9:49pm

Check spelling.

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EB7
04/17/2013 8:02am

I befuddle people by saying what or why many times after asking a question. This makes sense because they they always say what or why because they are confused.

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BC6
04/17/2013 4:20pm

My brother befuddled me when he asked me one of his math questions. This makes sense because my brother confused me with one of his hard math questions.

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kcm7
04/17/2013 5:30pm

My thoughts became befuddled when I tried to do my math homework late at night. Befuddled makes sense in this sentence because my thoughts became unclear and I could not think well late at night.

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HS7
04/17/2013 5:47pm

The crossword puzzle had me entirely bedfuddled. Bedfuddle makes sense in this sentence because the crossword puzzle made me unable to think clearly.

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TP8
04/17/2013 5:58pm

I was befuddled when i scored what I thought was the winning goal in my soccer. This makes sense because i was so excited that I scored i couldn't think straight.

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Mr. FOdor
04/17/2013 9:50pm

in my soccer?

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BTB6
04/17/2013 6:19pm

The map befuddled me when I reached a fork in the road because the map didn't have a fork in the road. Befuddled makes sense in this context because the person was unable to think clearly due to the map's misprint.

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GC8
04/17/2013 6:28pm

The question on the quiz i took in science befuddled me. It makes scence because the question stumped me and I did not know the answer.

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cp6
04/17/2013 6:29pm

Mr. Dom expected to befuddle his new employe with complex questions about the business and industry. Befuddle makes sense in this sentence because Mr. Dom expected to make the employe unable to think clearly by making him answer difficult and complex questions.

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CN8
04/17/2013 7:21pm

The teachers question befuddled the whole class. This makes sense because the question confused everyone.

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Mr. Fodor
04/17/2013 9:50pm

Apostrophes

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VD7
04/17/2013 8:05pm

My math homework always befuddles me. This sentence makes sense because my math homework always confuses me.

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EH6
04/17/2013 8:20pm

After drinking the sea water the man became befuddled. Befuddled makes sense here because the man was not able to think clearly.

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SH6
04/17/2013 8:49pm

Jonas was befuddled with his math homework, specifically the critical thinking part. This sentence makes sense because he was confused when he got to the critical thinking of his math homework.

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BK8
04/17/2013 11:27pm

The question about the science befuddled me. Befuddled makes sense in this sentence because the question confused me.

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AT7
04/17/2013 11:28pm

The teacher befuddled me when she was talking fast. Befuddled makes since in the sentence because she was talking fast and I couldn't think clearly.

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SS6
04/18/2013 8:05am

The diffcult math problem befuddled me. This makes sense in this context because it is explaining how the hard math question confused me.

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JT6
04/18/2013 3:37pm

My sister was befuddled when I told her One Direction was coming to town. Befuddle makes sence in this sentence because my sister loves One Direction and she was unable to think clearly when I told her.

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vv6
04/18/2013 4:06pm

I was befuddled with the question my teacher asked me. Befuddled makes sense in my sentence because I was confused with the qustion my teacher asked me.

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OS8
04/18/2013 4:12pm

Aiden befuddled Lucy with his confusing question. Befuddle makes sense in this sentence because it means to make someone unable to think clearly.

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JP6
04/18/2013 4:21pm

The essay question on the test befuddled me. Befuddle makes sense in this sentence because it made me unable to think clearly.

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JM8
04/18/2013 4:26pm

The question she asked befuddled most of the children. The word befuddle makes sense here because it means to stupefy or confuse.

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EH7
04/18/2013 4:44pm

My question befuddled the teacher. Befuddled makes sense in this sentence because the my question make it hard for the teacher to answer.

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mh8
04/18/2013 4:48pm

By asking many questions at once, the students befuddled the teacher. This sentence makes sense because all the students were asking different questions at once which made the teacher unable to think clearly.

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KM6
04/18/2013 5:06pm

How to make the Chinese dish made me befuddled. Befuddled makes sense in my sentence because it tells that I was confused on how to make the Chinese dish.

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GF8
04/18/2013 6:35pm

The French homework befuddled me because I couldn't translate the sentence to English. This sentence makes sense because the French homework confused me.

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JT7
04/18/2013 6:36pm

Tony was befuddled by Frank's question. The word makes sense because Tony could not come up with the answer to the questions.

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ER8
04/18/2013 6:43pm

Someone befuddled me before I was tested by spinning me in circles, making me dizzy and confused. Befuddle makes sense in this sentence because someone made me dizzy and confused.

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BB6
04/18/2013 7:04pm

I am often befuddled when people talk to me while i am doing homework. The word befuddled makes sense in this sentence because I cannot think clearly when people are talking to me and I am doing homework.

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jj8
04/18/2013 7:10pm

Mr. Fodor befuddled me by a question in which I had no idea what the answer was. The sentence makes sense because Mr. Fodor made me not think clearly to answer the question.

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LG6
04/18/2013 9:01pm

I was befuddled when I saw Taylor Swift in person.
This sentence makes sense because, I could not think clearly because of all the excitement.

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EM6
04/18/2013 9:50pm

The history essay question befuddled me. It makes sense because I could not think of the right answer.

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MW6
04/18/2013 10:01pm

Claire was befuddled by the results of her history quiz. Befuddled makes sense in this sentence because she was unable to comprehend her bad grade.

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KK6
04/18/2013 10:02pm

I took my history test and was befuddled by the person sitting in front of me because they were tapping their foot. Befuddled makes sense in this sentence because I could not think cleary during my test.




































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cw8
04/18/2013 10:08pm

I was befuddled after a Spanish-speaking man tried to ask me a question.
I was confused because I do not speak Spanish.

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cm6
04/18/2013 10:11pm

When the teacher was talking too quickly, I became befuddled. This makes sense because I was unable to think clearly with the teacher explaining things too quickly.

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HV8
04/18/2013 10:11pm

The math question befuddled the student because it was so complex. This sentence makes sense because the hard question caused the student to think unclearly.

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SS7
04/18/2013 10:12pm

I befuddled over my math homework for hours, so I decided to ask my teacher. This sentence makes sense because I was very confused on how to do my math homework.

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MW6
04/18/2013 10:34pm

Claire was befuddled by the score of her history test. This makes sense in this sentence because she couldn't comprehend her low score,

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mk8
04/19/2013 7:33am

I was befuddled by the behavior of the baby.Befuddle in this sentence makes sense because I was confused why the baby behaved that way.

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OA8
04/19/2013 8:06am

All of these questions befuddled me. Befuddled works in my sentence because it is saying that all these questions made me not think clearly.

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jd8
04/21/2013 10:04pm

The Sudoku game had me befuddled after trying several times and failing. Befuddle belongs in this sentence because the game had me frustrated and confused.

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sj6
04/21/2013 10:11pm

Sometimes the English homework befuddles me and I have to take a break to think clearly.
This word makes sense in this context because the English homework causes me to get confused and not think straight sometimes.

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MS6
04/22/2013 5:00pm

I was befuddled because of the immense amount of homework that was given over the weekend. This sentence makes sense because i was unable to think clearly because of the immense amount of homework that was given over the weekend.

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gk7
04/22/2013 5:16pm

The magician befuddled the audience when he made the woman disappear. Befuddled makes sense in the sentence because the magician confused the audience.

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BR7
04/22/2013 10:15pm

The Greek gods liked to befuddle humans with their riddle like prophesies. The word befuddle makes sense in this context because most of the Greek gods enjoyed confusing humans with their prophesies.

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MF8
04/24/2013 4:16pm

The hard math problem kept me befuddled for many minutes. This makes sense because the math question was hard enough to keep me confused for minutes.

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RR6
04/28/2013 9:16pm

The toy befuddled the puppy because of its complexity. This makes sense because the complicated toy confused the puppy.

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