verb (used with object), be·mused, be·mus·ing.
Origin of bemuse
Examples from the Web for bemuse
I asked, determined not to allow her to bemuse or escape me with her metaphysical talk and illustrations.She and Allan|H. Rider Haggard
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.|Frank Fox
Hunger does not necessarily help the understanding; it may bemuse it by passion and resentment.The Fruits of Victory|Norman Angell