BEFUDDLED

be·fud·dle

[bih-fuhd-l]  

verb (used with object), be·fud·dled, be·fud·dling.

1.

to confuse, as with glib statements or arguments: politicians befuddling the public with campaign promises.
2.

to make stupidly drunk.
Origin: 
1885–90; be- + fuddle

Related forms

be·fud·dler, noun
be·fud·dle·ment, noun
Synonyms
1. perplex, bewilder, baffle, daze, muddle.
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To be befuddled is  to be
somewhat muddled
it’s very far from
being cuddled.
when the politicians
have been huddled
you will find yourself  befuddled
and somewhat muddled
and very much puzzled
were politicians ever cuddled?
© G.W.W.2013
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A silly little verse is all I can come up with as I am somewhat  befuddled myself at the moment,not enough hours in the day, for me to play with my word a day, but I’ll be back very soon  so please stay in tune for when the words will festoon!
Inspired by a suggestion from Jade go visit her in her Jungle http://jadereyner.com/
Dictionary.com Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2013.
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