to bewilder or confuse (someone).
(transitive) to confuse; bewilder
to bewilder or confuse (someone). Historical Examples Three John Silence Stories Algernon Blackwood Damn! Henry Louis Mencken verb (transitive) to confuse; bewilder v.
the inner or back room of a two-room cottage, especially when used as a combined parlor and bedroom. within; inside. inside; inner. the seed of a tropical tree, Moringa pterygosperma, that yields an oil (ben oil) used in manufacturing cosmetics and lubricating delicate machinery. a mountain peak; high hill: Ben Nevis. son of (used especially […]
- Ben day process
a technique for producing shading, texture, or tone in line drawings and photographs by overlaying a fine screen or a pattern of dots on the original artwork, on a negative of it, or on the plate before etching. noun (printing) a method of adding texture, shading, or detail to line drawings by overlaying a transparent […]
David, 1886–1973, Israeli statesman, born in Poland: prime minister of Israel 1948–53, 1955–63. Contemporary Examples Breaking Down Israel’s Orthodox Monopoly, One Rabbi at a Time Brent E. Sasley May 30, 2013 Overcast With A Chance Of Rockets Ehud Zion Waldoks November 22, 2012 Eichmann Trial Reconsidered Deborah Lipstadt April 12, 2011 The Coming Kulturkampf? Yehudah […]