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adjective as in dizzying

adjective as in perplexed

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The increasing empowerment of workers is frustrating and bewildering for many managers.

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My cycle eventually returned on its own, offsetting a need for more aggressive intervention, but that made the rollercoaster of my initial diagnosis even more bewildering.

The team’s record is a vein of impressive victories streaking through a mass of bewildering, rock-bottom losses.

So, “scuffling a little bit” is back in force and as always is absolutely beautiful and bewildering in its understatement.

The new AMC series Turn, which premieres April 6, is bewildering at first.

But purely from a policy perspective, it is a bewildering pattern.

Yet, it is still routine to see a bewildering insistence on defeat.

The events at the United Nations last week represented an historic and quite bewildering reversal of positions.

But as you point out, this can be bewildering for the consumer who is driving all of this.

The attempt failed, and was followed by a rapid succession of miscellaneous thrusts and passes in bewildering variety.

And now, hosts of bewildering and confused ideas came crowding on his mind.

The excitement of the day, and this dim light of stars and bewildering mist combined to trick me.

She wondered if he had met as many people and received as many bewildering impressions as she had done.

Very cautiously he lowered the mental barrier and the man's thoughts impinged on his mind in bewildering confusion.


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On this page you'll find 443 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bewildering, such as: amazing, astounding, breathtaking, extraordinary, impressive, and marvelous.

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