Definition of mystify:
let, become, bond, aim, devil, stun, engender, acquire, mix up, vex, bunk, fetch, foil, set about, catch, set out, spoil, bring, tucker out, set, bind, disturb, adhere, go, dizzy, sit, bewilder, impersonate, stick, generate, stick by, lodge, dumbfound, pay off, produce, get down, personate, cohere, pay back, puzzle, come, confound, defy, jumble, beget, receive, wash up, arrest, rile, stay, shell, obscure, cleave, work over, fix, raise up, position, sustain, beat up, scramble, circumvent, hold fast, trounce, stimulate, suffer, frustrate, flap, induce, stand by, place, stick around, rag, drum, posture, wedge, fuddle, incur, make, irritate, outsmart, stir up, grow, bother, disorient, thwart, deposit, sire, perplex, experience, exhaust, find, beat out, tick, outwit, bemuse, take, baffle, befuddle, flummox, ticktack, scram, agitate, shake up, fox, overreach, cling, capture, regulate, hoodwink, nettle, begin, present, outfox, pulsate, complicate, bamboozle, get at, annoy, start out, nonplus, clear, bugger off, sting, ticktock, convey, muddy, put, thump, lay, confuse, contract, deepen, tucker, addle, nark, father, buzz off, be beyond someone, stick to, scotch, draw, maze, gravel, cross, quiver, model, beat, commove, discombobulate, arrive, befog, astound, throw, mother, besot, start, amaze, worry, stupefy, crush, have, get, deceive, chafe, buffalo, develop, trick, bilk, feelings, be (as) clear as mud, lie, pose, cause, pound, stay put, commence, bring forth, drive, thrum, muddle, astonish, get under one's skin, vanquish, get to, obtain.
- "The World's Greatest Books, Vol III", Arthur Mee and J.A. Hammerton, Eds..
- "The Beckoning Hand and Other Stories The Beckoning Hand--Lucretia--The Third Time--The Gold Wulfric--My Uncle's Will--The Two Carnegies--Olga Davidoff's Husband--John Cann's Treasure--Isaline and I--Professor Milliter's Dilemma--In Strict Confidence--The ", Grant Allen.
- "Parrot & Co.", Harold MacGrath.