Hey, you remember that scene from 2001: A Space Odyssey, where the monkeys were puzzling over the monolith?
Experts in international tax compliance find the Romney furor “puzzling,” says Stransky.
But it's a puzzling explanation from such a technically sophisticated team.
This shows a puzzling delicacy, if they really believe that a vote for Obama is a vote for a world crisis within six months.
That last surprising and puzzling image sent everyone out into the lobby asking, “What was that about?”
There were a couple of puzzling things about these Supremists that Rysland had pointed out.
This was puzzling to him, for now, if at any time, the boat should be showing its utmost speed.
She was gazing far out toward the distant horizon, the light of strange, puzzling thoughts in the depths of her eyes.
It's a puzzling house, because my uncle keeps adding to it from year to year.
Roma was puzzling over the inexplicable announcement, when old John, one of Rossi's pensioners, knocked at her door.
c.1600, "state of being puzzled," from puzzle (v.); meaning "perplexing question" is from 1650s; that of "a toy contrived to test one's ingenuity" is from 1814.