• The professor foresees some perplexity on the French side as this new truth sinks in.

    ECONOMIST: Charlemagne

  • This is a story of class warfare set amid semi-rural poverty, heroin addiction, and teen-age perplexity and sexuality.

    NEWYORKER: Mugglemarch

  • His black-ringed eyes and black-lined eyebrows registered sadness, wonder, perplexity and terror.


  • Life coaches offer to help with the perplexity of bigger choices.

    ECONOMIST: The tyranny of choice

  • When I attend my first Quantified Self Meetup, I discover that other members share my excitement and perplexity: They don't know what to do with their data.

    FORBES: On The Cover/Top Stories

  • Similar to the confusion and indecision caused by the most baroque Chinese takeout menu, the constant emergence of new marketing technologies is a source of perplexity for brand marketers.

    FORBES: The Editor-in-Chief: The New CMO

  • IMF's perplexity at Argentina's political confusion, and queasiness that any deal might boost Mr Duhalde, thus prolonging a government which has lacked the strength and will to take tough decisions.

    ECONOMIST: Argentina's collapse

  • Letting him do exactly as he wanted, she wore a look in her eyes that he mistook for surprise and shyness, and later identified with moods that verged on madness sequences of perplexity and focus, expressing a hooded rage.

    NEWYORKER: In Other Rooms, Other Wonders

  • In what Forrester defines as the Age of the Customer, these principles become even more important, as business and consumer customers have greater access to information than ever, which increases their perplexity around what constitute the right choices, at the right prices regarding the purchases they need or want to make.

    FORBES: Segmenting Marketing Leaders For Peer Support

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