Balzac returns to this subject so often and so emphatically that one half believes him to be the victim of his own mystification.
Mr Dorrit stood rooted to the carpet, a statue of mystification.
She wished the farmer good-night; and he drove off, no longer mystified, but dumfoundered with what had removed his mystification.
The gentleman, as I have told you before, seems devoted to mystification.
"I've taken a lozenge," he whimsically retorted, expressing a very human delight in our mystification.
I went over the house, and nothing can express my mystification.
But Mrs. Vernon shook her head doubtfully, while Julie shouted with delight at their mystification.
It was obvious the expert was enjoying the lad's mystification.
When this term “humours” became popular, it sunk into a mystification.
To have been the object of such a mystification, he, a professor of dancing and deportment!