A combination of 'Bewildered' and 'Puzzled', general means of confusion.
"He says he'll wear his invisible cloak to ultimately befuzzle you in the tourney this year."
1. To confuse
ones mind with trivial events
occurring around you. 2. Cause confusion
, brought on by something you see or experience. v. befuzzled, befuzzling, befuzzlement(ed, ing).
1. The wind blew hair across her eyes, causing a look of befuzzlement.
2. "Dag-nab-it, a pencil just fell on the floor leaving me totally befuzzled."
3. The cat jumped into Jen’s lap; a befuzzling emotion
passed through her mind.
4. To befuzzle or not to befuzzle…that thought
fleetingly occurred to David, as he tossed the snowball high; watching it splat next to his girlfriend.