Word usage examples
This is what happens when commonsense mythifies surrealism, for instance.
That individual listened carefully to mystory, though he was so still and outwardly calm that I foundmyself fighting a temptation to make a face at him in mid-sentence just to see if he was really p'aying attention.
Bernard, and Return to Parma--A Letter from Hensiette--My Despair De La Haye Becomes Attached to Me--Unpleasant Adventure with an Actress and Its Consequences--I Turn a Thorough Bigot--Bavois--I Mystify a Bragging Officer.
More than mystified by the whole hushed proceeding, Asey followed him through the house, and into the front parlour.
How one man could talk so much mystified Blu, but his aching ears and spinning head were a small price to pay.
Why anyone would want to name her child after a Yankee jewelry store mystified Cig, but then why anyone would keep Tiffany as a receptionist also mystified her.
Mystified, she turned to Fayne as an odd buzzing sensation started in her ears.
Such was my condition when one morning the favourite aunt of the Charpillon paid me a call, and said that they were all mystified at not having seen me since the supper I had given them, especially herself, as her niece had given her to understand that I would furnish her with the means of making the Balm of Life.
The strange crystalline growths that appeared on the screen seemed to mystify Huer as much as they did Kemal.
Beside him walked Zu-tag, the great ape, and behind them strung the surviving anthropoids followed by Fraulein Bertha Kircher and Lieutenant Harold Percy Smith-Oldwick, the latter a thoroughly astonished and mystified Englishman.