befuddled[ bih-fuhd-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF befuddled
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEFUDDLED
But it was the multiplicity of laws that befuddled White Fang and often brought him into disgrace.
To his befuddled mind, the first step was to dress the part.
And what was I to tell him,—that I was all befooled and befuddled?
But try as he would his befuddled brain failed to find the answer.
The eyes were only vaguely familiar in his befuddled memory.
At last, out of the haze of my befuddled mind, I saw my mother.
Dr. Harman was blinking in a kind of befuddled astonishment.
"So long as you do not get me into trouble I am content," remarked the befuddled soldier.
Peter Cheever's aching jaw dropped, and he gazed at her befuddled.
Mrs. Prothero was befuddled at this explosion in her quiet home.