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Spell check of dumbfound

Correct spelling: dumbfound

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Examples of usage:

1) After this successful demonstration of his sophistication, Mungongo was anxious that Moonspirit give an exhibition of his magic to dumbfound the chief witch- doctor, desiring most ardently to work the gramophone, to operate which he had also learned. - "Witch-Doctors", Charles Beadle.

2) And so he would but for that whimsical element of chance, which will for ever muddle up the affairs of this world and dumbfound the prophets. - "Round the Red Lamp Being Facts and Fancies of Medical Life", Arthur Conan Doyle.

3) You must remember that a skilful man will have been turned loose on him with all the ferocity of a bloodhound; a man who will have all the cruelty of Lax, but will have nothing to fear; a man who will be serving his purpose all round if he can only dumbfound that poor boy by his words and his looks. - "The Landleaguers", Anthony Trollope.