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Definition of Dumfounder

Dumfounder
Dumfounder Dum"found`er, v. t. To dumfound; to confound. [Written also dumbfounder.]

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- DiedAugust 9, 1976(1976-08-09) (aged 71) Miami, Florida, U.S. Body discoveredDumfounding Bay, FloridaOther namesJohn F. StewartAllegianceChicago Outfit Los Angeles...
- Upper Sixth Loan Shark Banker Bets, Banker Wins Swing It Far Adrift and Dumfounded Old School Song Wootton B****ett Town Power and Spirit Give Till It Hurts...
- "Scenes veer violently from comedy to violence to tragedy, amusing and dumfounding in equally [sic] measure.... The result is a confusing mess of a movie...
- comp****ionate human your soul wishes to be. The show grips you and leaves you dumfounded! You will be left asking for more and would wish the show never ends."...
- Shark / Banker Bets, Banker Wins"5:414."Swing It Far"3:285."Adrift and Dumfounded"4:256."Old School Song"3:077."Wootton B****ett Town"3:448."Medley: Power...
- on p**** interference, this left Sioux Falls victorious and the Outlaws dumfounded with 1 in the loss column, and the second and last loss was controversial...
- ****ent') [eː] (the vowel has a high falling tone { \ }) eish ('of being dumfounded') [eiʃ] (this is a common interjection among all language groups in the...
- Maulbetsch of Gridiron Fame Learning Mysteries of Pianoforte so as to Dumfound his Enemies". New Castle News. 1916-02-26. Menke, Frank G. (1914-12-16)...
- "Mr. Jefferson founded the Democratic Party and President Roosevelt has dumfounded it." "I have always been old-fashioned enough to believe it is much better...
- laird when the lady said ‘Na’, And wi' a laigh curtsie she turned awa'. Dumfounder'd was he, nae sigh did he gie, He mounted his mare - he rade cannily;...
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