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nonplus (verb), nonplus; nonplused; nonplusing
1. To go no further because nothing more can be done: The new game Jack was playing totally nonplused and confused him so much that he had to quit.
2. To render utterly perplexed; to puzzle completely: Steve could only understand English, and the movie he was watching, and which was only spoken in Spanish, completed nonplused and bewildered him!
3. To utter in a confused, and disconcerted way: Sam nonplused his way through the tale in a very muddled manner about how the accident happened.

To dumbfound other people.
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To bring to a deadlock.
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