past tense: stumped; past participle: stumped
(of a question or problem) be too hard for; baffle.<-------------------THIS ONE
"education chiefs were stumped by some of the exam questions"
synonyms: baffle, perplex, puzzle, confuse, confound, defeat, put at a loss; More
be at a loss; be unable to work out what to do or say.
"detectives are stumped for a reason for the attack"
walk stiffly and noisily.
"he stumped away on short thick legs"
travel around (a district) making political speeches.
"there is no chance that he will be well enough to stump the country"
use a stump on (a drawing, line, etc.).
Middle English (denoting a part of a limb remaining after an amputation): from Middle Low German stump(e ) or Middle Dutch stomp . The early sense of the verb was ‘stumble.’
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