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Synonyms for baffle

Synonyms for baffle

to prevent from accomplishing a purpose

Synonyms for baffle

a flat plate that controls or directs the flow of fluid or energy

check the emission of (sound)

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Boy baffler His schedule's so packed, he's only got, like, five sees a day to talk.
Later, the entire crowd snaked its way in a dance to the entrance of the base, where a phalanx of helmeted guards formed a baffler with long nightsticks held end to end.
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A recessed label panel creates additional strength during the filling process, whilst the EVOH baffler provides protection against oxygen ingress.
I would suggest to Ruark that he pick up an issue of Adbusters or The Baffler, as the cultural criticism magazines tend to be espousing a more radical line than any political magazine in existence today.
Around Los Alamitos Race Course in Orange County, they call him the Baffler.
13 660m The Sheffield Stadium Celebrates 80 Years Stayers Stakes 1 Baffler (R A C Garth, Kinsly) 2 Droopys Arshavin (S Mason, Sheff) 3 Black Hawk Noir (E T Parker, Sheff) 4 Springwell Scary (m) (A P Heyes, BVue) 5 Kylas Court (w) (I Shearer, Pelaw) 6 Coolavanny Pius (w) (E T Parker, Sheff) 20.
Howley brings strong market knowledge in both high baffler flexible packaging and modified atmosphere-packaging equipment and will continue his focus on PBI's core markets of coffee and pet food packaging.
Thomas Frank, editor of The Baffler, is the author of One Market Under God, forthcoming from Doubleday.
Frank is a rising leftist intellectual star who edits The Baffler, a magazine of cultural criticism, and writes critiques of advertising and big business.
Frank is the editor-in-chief of The Baffler, an irregular magazine of cultural criticism.