verb (used with object), be·mused, be·mus·ing.
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Historical Examples of bemuse
Hunger does not necessarily help the understanding; it may bemuse it by passion and resentment.The Fruits of Victory
Most of these were of the opiate class, light magazines and light stories intended to bemuse and not to educate the mind.G. H. Q.
I asked, determined not to allow her to bemuse or escape me with her metaphysical talk and illustrations.She and Allan
H. Rider Haggard