Baffled [verb]

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The researchers watched hours of video footage to see how well the baffle deterred the brown tree snakes.

Testing brown tree snake skills could help design better baffles or other tools to protect endangered birds on Guam, Savidge says.

It lassoed itself around the baffle and began slowly ascending.

Using a single, large, lasso-like grip allows the brown tree snake to climb wider trees — or baffles, explains study coauthor Bruce Jayne, a biologist at the University of Cincinnati in Ohio.

There seemed the flavour of some strange authority in her that baffled all approach to the former intimacy.

She had some secret on her mind, which utterly baffled even the Jew's paternal sagacity.

And he never cared whether she was looking through the glass or whether she was staring, baffled, at the rock.

This discovery was one of the great feats of the human mind; it baffled the wits of the best men for thousands of years.

Time and again their efforts were baffled by new falls, but always the same persistent eager spirit drove them back to their toil.

But now daily a fresh recognition of her continued imprisonment, baffled her attempt to look at things with clear eyes.