bemused

[ bih-myoozd ]SEE DEFINITION OF bemused

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Still Andre-Louis continued to stand there, looking on as if bemused.

Nor was he so bemused by fear as not to reflect that, whatever Flavia asked, Asgill would do.

This note, necessarily so broken and bemused, must reach its useless end.

(I have forgiven), said David in Hebrew, and laughed at the man's bemused visage.

This poor old chap is ill and bemused by his rough handling.

She scarce listened, for at first she was bemused by two thoughts.

The trooper was half asleep and bemused with the beer or the mead he had drunk.

The effect of his potations was still upon him, and his mind was bemused.

He followed, bemused, and reluctance grew into agony of mind.

M'Clare says in a bemused sort of way He will be thirty-seven in a couple of months.

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