bewildered[ bih-wil-derd ]SEE DEFINITION OF bewildered
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEWILDERED
If he made me blind, may he not easily have bewildered her, and have been himself bewildered?
She dragged him in a bewildered state of mind to the door, which she held open.
"You're very kind," said Aunt Frank, with a sigh of bewildered relief.
I knew that it was I myself, and not my mode of life, that bewildered her.
A creature of hope and joy, the first draught of sorrow had bewildered her.
Then they suddenly wheeled and surrounded the bewildered Hetty, and bore her with them.
Mr. Yorke, bewildered, turned his eyes on Hamish for explanation.
"I am engaged at the Varits," she said, and then she talked away at such a rate that I was bewildered.
Pressing his hand to his bewildered head, Darnay sat down at the table.
Mr. Cruncher was so bewildered that he could think of no locality but Temple Bar.