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Definition of Bamboozlement
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Bamboozlement
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1. To Ruhleben, and Back: A Great Adventure in Three Phases by Geoffrey Pyke (1916)
"... CHAPTER III bamboozlement THE first thing to do in Berlin is to go to a beer cafe ; the second thing to do in Berlin is to go to a beer cafe; ..."
2. Publications by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1902)
"His bamboozlement in failing to reach the standing corn as well as his often going in the opposite direction and cutting imaginary straws added greatly to ..."
3. Horse-shoe Robinson: A Tale of the Tory Ascendency by John Pendleton Kennedy (1854)
"... general doctrine that I was a man not given to quarrels; but still, if I suspicioned a bamboozlement, which I am not far from at this present speaking, ..."
4. Life of Daniel Webster by George Ticknor Curtis (1870)
"It was " solemn bamboozlement " to repeat this engagement to the Senate and ask them to be satisfied with it. It was " a contrivance suggested by our ..."