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verb tr.: To put at a loss for what to do, think, or say; perplex.
[From Latin non plus (no more).]
"Until this encounter, my only knowledge of codes was the Navajo Code
Talkers, the World War II Native American group who used their native
language to nonplus the enemy."
"Larger seeds, such as corn, peas, beans and squash, may be planted the
usual way, then immediately covered with a loose hay mulch, 1 or 2
inches thick. Covering the corn seeds nonpluses the crows."
The more people are reached by mass communication, the less they communicate with each other. -Marya Mannes, writer (1904-1990)