bewilder[ bih-wil-der ]SEE DEFINITION OF bewilder
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEWILDER
Now it assembles the blossoms of a whole long year to bewilder and allure.
It is only the artificial and the complex that bewilder them.
She was sufficiently unlike the usual Miss Ffrench to bewilder any one.
They bewilder us, but they fail to make a solemn impression.
Certainly it was enough to bewilder any man, and Paul was utterly dazed.
But perhaps my father is right—perhaps it would frighten and bewilder me.
The noise and tumult were so great as to bewilder those who listened.
If I was to give the history all at once, I have so many things to say that I should bewilder you.
We have learnt new, strange ideas that bewilder the good dame.
She used to bewilder me, I remember, with her strange, wise little sayings!