How To Use Lummox In A Sentence

  • It all added up to a marital mystery that had even the nosiest internet scandal merchants flummoxed. Times, Sunday Times
  • Flummoxed by the question, she pressed him to explain.
  • Personally, I have been existentially flummoxed by those questions ever since my high school days in the late 70s, when I was "complimented" on my "white girl legs" and vilified for having "no ass". Alice Singleton: But Mr. Nivea, What if I Don't Have a Big Booty?: Well Kid, That's the (Moisturizing) Rub...
  • In my segment of over-privileged middle-class London, countless respectable parents are sheltering a great lummox of a son whose only apparent plan is never to amount to anything.
  • Civic officials are flummoxed as there is a ban on killing stray dogs.
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  • But the latest poster campaign to hit the streets of Witham has flummoxed residents.
  • I mean, what gives her the right to call him a big lummox?
  • I have lived here for years and I still find myself utterly flummoxed by it on a regular basis. Times, Sunday Times
  • I'm absolutely flummoxed by that question. Times, Sunday Times
  • According to the mag, a castmember from the past is making a return to the show … a return that is likely to flummox quite a few viewers, I think: Pink is the New Blog | Everybody's Business Is My Business » Blog Archive » You’ll Never Guess Whos Returning To ‘Dexter’
  • Only fans of the series will know why, others will be flummoxed.
  • The perpetrators likely had ties to organized crime, according to Ulrich Boser, author of "The Gardner Heist," who says most art thieves are common crooks -- the class of criminal who would probably be flummoxed by Washington's high-profile museums, which are fortresslike and ringed by bollards. Heist-proof museums? U.S. buildings aided by design, location
  • The generals in Jakarta seem to be flummoxed at the moment.
  • I will make life so hard for these wretched lummoxes who pass for my servants that the atrocities of Ivan the Terrible will seem like a fairy-picnic!
  • ‘It would be too long if we included everything,’ he explained to his somewhat flummoxed customers.
  • Yet here I sit, totally flummoxed by choice. Times, Sunday Times
  • Venus Williams is becoming an old hand at press conferences, but even she was flummoxed by one question that came her way after losing out to sister Serena in the final.
  • You are a princess, and whether you like it or not, you were born for a greater purpose than frolicking around with that no good, filthy lummox you have attached yourself to.
  • She also starts suggesting that, if the looming lummox had an ‘accident,’ no one would be overly heartbroken.
  • It's a juxtaposition that flummoxes opponents -- like Barbra Streisand supporting assault-rifles. Dr. Peggy Drexler: Hot Women Of The Republican Right
  • The was an intricate case without a clue . People just spoke indiscreetly and we were completely flummoxed.
  • I have to say that last question flummoxed me.
  • Yet here I sit, totally flummoxed by choice. Times, Sunday Times
  • Surely you wouldn't rather stumble about with your thick-necked flatfooted lummox of a boyfriend.
  • In several of the counties on Saturday, officials were flummoxed by the prospect of isolating the "undercounted" votes, which were mixed in with the machine-counted votes. Settling Old Scores In The Swamp
  • He held it up and was a little flummoxed when boos and laughter emerged from the nightclub floor. The Sun
  • He held it up and was a little flummoxed when boos and laughter emerged from the nightclub floor. The Sun
  • I have lived here for years and I still find myself utterly flummoxed by it on a regular basis. Times, Sunday Times
  • But a multitudinous number of Alaska Democrats, including me, whose votes may decide the outcome remain flummoxed, befuddled, uncertain. Donald Craig Mitchell: Daddy's Girl Versus Sarah's Boy: What's an Alaska Democrat to Do?
  • Could it be this kind of flummoxes some in the media? CNN reports.
  • She just needs someone better than this lummox to play off of.
  • If he tried to get past him, the great lummox would surely notice him, so there was basically no way out.
  • Anyone with fond memories of fluke jollities such as National Express and Something for the Weekend will be flummoxed by Absent Friends's Jacques Brelian melodrama.
  • But producers get flummoxed when a title bumps up against the confines of genre. BiblioAddict
  • After reading his post, I'm equally flummoxed - but I fear this will not be the last of blog regulation.
  • When he picked up his first job application, he was flummoxed.
  • But try to get this Glasgow lassie to explain her design philosophy and she's flummoxed.
  • Soprano still sings, and talks about it By David Patrick Stearns Inquirer Music Critic The majestic voice of Metropolitan Opera radio announcer Milton Cross became painfully flummoxed at the name Kiri Te Kanawa. Opera Today
  • Outside of the airport, we were a bit flummoxed by the fact there appeared to be no taxis.
  • She had to construct the conditions in a way that benefited her, and not this great lummox who could outride her, outrace her, and outdo her in every physical way. The Laird Who Loved Me
  • Well let me tell you what I think, you big lummox.
  • And they hadn't a clue about the right products and materials for the job - one lummox had even ruined a stainless steel cooker by attacking it with a steel scourer.
  • We could guffaw at the antics of a batty learner-driver, a camp airport official or flummoxed hotel workers.
  • He sounded flummoxed, flabbergasted and dyspeptically peeved. American Tabloid
  • Bacharach seems a little flummoxed by his subject matter.
  • The leading minds in baseball medicine are flummoxed by the labrum.
  • Burns doesn't sugar-coat his often unpalatable message for mass appeal, and uses every opportunity to commit career suicide – watch his cheekily subversive turn on BBC News, easily flummoxing a tediously professional Huw Edwards. This week's new comedy
  • I don't know what this big lummox was doing all the time I was gone. SOMETHING IN THE WATER
  • But I am not flummoxed by the actual Arabic rendition of this confusing rule about the hamza. Improving My Arabic
  • Others too were flummoxed about what was happening.
  • Mr Rawson said he was completely flummoxed by the decision taken by the bank.
  • I'm absolutely flummoxed by that question. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘They ain't fer you, ya big lummox,’ Becky Sue said.
  • I have tried the baby surprise several times and it continues to flummox me. Jean's Knitting
  • You are a princess, and whether you like it or not, you were born for a greater purpose than frolicking around with that no good, filthy lummox you have attached yourself to.
  • The Fat Fighters Channel 4 featured four personal trainers – Matt, Dan, Tamaya and Dalia – competing for the title of brain-dead narcissist of the year in a south London gym; it was an extremely even contest with lummox Matt from Venice Beach – "I'm not competitive because I know I'm the best" – just being edged out by the 9ft-tall Lithuanian high-jumper, Dalia, leading her workouts in rubber fetish-wear with "Red Hot" stamped across her bum. TV review: Public Enemies; The Fat Fighters; King George and Queen Mary: The Royals who Rescued the Monarchy
  • Integral calculus, in the first term of 1987, flummoxed me and I squeaked by with 52%.
  • Things comes to a head when Eka decides to visit her son in Paris, bringing her flummoxed family with her.
  • When he arrived at the crash site, a mile away, he was flummoxed.
  • I cannot see if you are in the way, you great lummox!
  • Research suggests that chronic panic sufferers may be easily flummoxed by their bodily sensations.
  • But at the Jinnah in Micklegate this week I was flummoxed.
  • But some lummox has to miss the decisive penalty, and I'm saying it'll be him.
  • Flummoxed by his true-false final exam, a student decides to toss a coin up in the air.
  • He's a ruddy great lummox and getting a bit too full of himself. MR STARLIGHT
  • The nice young woman at the Pensions Service was a little flummoxed.
  • La cathédrale engloutie, apart from flummoxing interpreters in terms of correct pace and use of half-tones, is characterised by the artist's profound choice of tonal palette.
  • The question flummoxes most Americans, a USA TODAY/Gallup Poll finds, which is among the reasons for the party's sagging state and uncertain direction. Who's In Charge?
  • The politician was completely flummoxed by the questions put to her.
  • “Shut up, you overgrown lummox,” snapped the gribble. Stone and Anvil
  • Unless a side has the imagination to come at him early with slow bowling as New Zealand did to flummox their opponents in the 1992 competition he could be long since up and running by the time the restrictions come in. England's World Cup dream hinges on Kevin Pietersen gamble | Mike Selvey
  • Moral Man and Immoral Society," said Primrose, quoting the title of Niebuhr's most famous book as Lord Flaxton looked flummoxed. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
  • Anyway, the point of this is that it was my big bro's birthday yesterday - the big lummox was 39.
  • Buyers for their part have not been flummoxed.
  • Unless he could free the doomed lummox beneath him by sundown, he'd be on the south end of more drunken wagers than either man could count.
  • July 08, 2008 at 10: 03 AM flummoxed is right. i'm still back at WTF? Still Waiting
  • When they weren't directing their energies against their seaside rivals, the Richmond students sometimes flummoxed their own teachers.
  • Flummoxed by CP's helpful definition (as in, CP's gotta be joking!) and then by Kate's affirmation, I Googled "grundle". Month of sundays
  • There was a typed strip across the bottom which read: Saigon, 1970. That left me flummoxed. A CONVICTION OF GUILT
  • When you're barefoot around this blood-bay lummox, the best place for your toes to be is out of reach. REMEMBER SUMMER
  • This serial killer flummoxes them both by swapping back and forth, and they have to combine their talents. Bones Season 7: Can a Baby Break the Moonlighting Curse?
  • The local crew and interviewer alike are both flummoxed and impressed.
  • Possibly because being flummoxed is such a natural state for me. Can we get on with some science please? | Serendipity
  • Yet dark energy is a nebulous concept, one that has thus far flummoxed some of the smartest researchers on the planet.
  • Things in the castle had changed a bit, there were new, larger halls here and there (I see the lummox has been busy).
  • The man was flummoxed by all these incomprehensible goings-on.
  • That detail might flummox conspiracy theorists trying to figure out whether Fox's shots are secretly favoring the New York Yankees or Philadelphia Phillies, since both are Mets archenemies. Fox TV director makes split-second calls for World Series broadcast
  • This question flummoxes me, and it also tells me just how (poorly) these people regard fantasy. 2009 August «
  • Once again, in terms of political theater, the president has managed to flummox both critics and angels alike. Will Durst: Boffo Smash or Miserable Flop?
  • It was a silly digression, but one that's effective in showing him as a flummoxed lummox.
  • I'm flummoxed by the cornetto marmellata all'albicocca. Veniceblog:
  • That detail might flummox conspiracy theorists trying to figure out whether Fox's shots are secretly favoring the New York Yankees or Philadelphia Phillies, since both are Mets archenemies. Fox TV director makes split-second calls for World Series broadcast
  • I'm rather flummoxed by the scientific terms dissected by the learned doctor. Hindustan Times News Feeds 'Views'
  • Andy was puzzled by how discombobulated I was on the phone, and I was too flummoxed to say anything until she'd left.
  • Facebook and other social networking tools flummox me because there are so many things going on at once. My New Blog
  • Other than in Munich of course, not least because their heroes continued to look completely flummoxed. Times, Sunday Times
  • Now she is claiming to be 'flummoxed' by the complexity of Texas delegate apportioning. Hillary flummoxed by Texas rules Bill won by?
  • Her friend was flummoxed so she included a question about men shaving in her next column.
  • Clinton is clearly far more intelligent than Bush, so it's not the idea of her working alongside Brian Williams that flummoxes me – it's that she took this job at all. Chelsea Clinton: in front of the camera, out of the shadows
  • Mudd could continually flummox Kirk and Spock in a way that further develops the bond of friendship that was introduced in the first film. 5 Best Villains For The Next Star Trek Movie | Fandomania
  • Still others see bureaucracies that flummox mere students.
  • Even the Ministry of Information official who accompanied me was flummoxed.
  • • I won't have to use the word flummoxed this year to describe him. Chicagotribune.com - News
  • What flummoxes me is how McCain came up with this. How to have fun in Congress. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState
  • •I won't have to use the word flummoxed this year to describe him. Chicagotribune.com - News
  • We love many of YOU, to be sure, and would defend your honor because we call you our friends, but your religion absolutely flummoxes us. Nad hen j��c eto
  • Last week in Baltimore, the crafty Ravens came up with a no-huddle offense, which left the Raiders completely flummoxed.
  • Indeed, practitioners of musical apartheid would be utterly flummoxed by Nyro.
  • Though Android is clearly one of Alex's core strengths, it may also prove to be a weakness because its techie quirks may flummox average consumers (for example, the need to "unmount" a memory card before removing it, or to go into the notifications field and mount the e-reader as a USB device when connected to your PC). Macworld
  • Which, for ‘nonplus’ v. gives ‘1. surprise and confuse; flummox 2. as adj. nonplussed unperturbed’. Friday! June 26 – The Bleat.
  • Most flummoxed of all about these obstacles is the president himself.
  • EdWeek: "He offered so few details about what that relief would look like that the reporters spent much of the call flummoxed over what the news actually was"... Alexander Russo: Why Duncan Waiver Proposal Isn't Breaking NCLB Logjam
  • The ultimate junk closet was flummoxing my Mother.
  • Other than in Munich of course, not least because their heroes continued to look completely flummoxed. Times, Sunday Times
  • She can flummox anybody by the lip.
  • She is married to Phil, a pothead lummox who, along with his creepy best friend Bubba, paints houses for a living.
  • We had the usual conversation about life here, and he was just flummoxed by the place.
  • He's reverted to his pre-convention state of fumbling and foundering and flummoxing and falling into a fevered form of flabbergast. Will Durst: Old Piranha Pants
  • Anyone not knowing the story would have been completely flummoxed.
  • His ladyfriend and bedfellow for the past twenty-five years, Alvina Closs, is flummoxed. Excerpt: Sing Them Home by Stephanie Kallos
  • The bizarre incident nevertheless solidified the widespread public view that the Opposition Leader was an inept lummox and unreconstructed thug.
  • I was flummoxed by this quiz question recently: When was the England batting opened in a Test by a rugby and a soccer international?
  • This day-in-the-life format focuses mostly on OR dramatics, doctor-patient interaction and security issues (which constantly flummox Lexie), but one major love-front development does manage to slip through. — Tonight's TV Hot List: Thursday, Oct. 28, 2010
  • We had the usual conversation about life here, and he was just flummoxed by the place.
  • The response could have been a little quicker, but not even the oddest requests could flummox the staff.
  • I go to universities, and there are incredibly smart people who are totally flummoxed by the caption contest.
  • As amusing as this looks, Detective, get this lummox off me.
  • Even the Ministry of Information official who accompanied me was flummoxed.
  • Flummoxed by an illusion of peace, the US lost its foreign policy bearings.
  • He was flummoxed at such a response to the announcement of a quiz, so he repeated, ‘Today I am taking a quiz’.
  • The two leaders were flummoxed by the suggestion.

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