Definition of bafflement in English:

bafflement

noun

  • See baffle

    • ‘His expressions change from confusion, to bafflement, to wonder.’
    • ‘Conner and his friends looked from Pat to me in complete surprise and bafflement.’
    • ‘The question was out of genuine curiosity and bafflement.’
    • ‘This spread bafflement and gloom among atomic theorists, as described by Wolfgang Pauli.’
    • ‘The general reaction amongst my co-workers was sadly predictable, and could be best summed up as amused, incredulous bafflement.’

Pronunciation

bafflement

/ˈbaf(ə)lmənt/