use puzzlement in a sentence.
Your puzzlement is predicated on the assumption that dreadlocked hippie activists are automatically unclean.
You expressed puzzlement that somebody was objecting to using the natural fallacy to justify discrimination.
Looking at the word cloud linked from the article () I am brought to puzzlement over just why 'melinda' is such a popular password.
I've found auto-layout to be less than useful much of the time, often you are left with puzzlement as to what's wrong, leading to turning it off and doing something else.
I do feel puzzlement at people submitting utterly unrelated spam to this site.
I've watched this thread with puzzlement because it was almost immediately a dead link.
It's a matter of continuing puzzlement to me that, despite the fact that more robust and better-abstracted methods of producing output exist, the dominant paradigm in web development is to concatenate strings together and hope.
Edit: although of course your personal locavorism may not be any kind of advocacy at all, which would explain your puzzlement at political issues being raised.
I have heard brits express puzzlement over why we care so much about the personal lives of politicians, which is strikingly ironic, given that the politicians are the ones with the ability to screw us.
I am merely expressing my puzzlement at this quirk of psychology.
I read your comment here with ever-growing puzzlement.