To confuse with brouhaha. more fun to say than to write a 3 page essay on.
I befuddled the freshmen with talk of physics and pre-calc.
by Bernzy February 09, 2005
Top Definition
To confuse or baffle
They know too much, we must plug their ears with bananas and attempt to befuddle them.
by Brian Abenes April 17, 2004
In addition to its use as a verb with the meaning
"to confuse", "baffle", "bewilder", and so on,
befuddle is also a collective noun.

In that use, it is a term of venery (a word for groups of animals), relating to therapists (regardless of system).

A befuddle of therapists usually contains 8 to 42 specimens, of similar (homogeneous befuddle) or differing (wild befuddle) schools. The latter tend to be unstable, but so do some of the individuals.
There is a befuddle of Freudians at the bar. We should avoid that area at all cost.
Listening to a befuddle of existential psychotherapists can drive the sanest man crazy.
by Kai_F August 15, 2010
To insert a cylindrical piece of meat into the anus and then proceed to strike it violently so that it vibrates back and forth
I told you not to befuddle your sister when we have company.
by myster twister November 28, 2009
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