bewilderment[ bih-wil-der-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF bewilderment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEWILDERMENT
To the bewilderment of the Leopard Woman the pace of the safari now slackened.
The parson tried vainly to struggle out of his bewilderment.
He had watched her in bewilderment, chilled to the bones, as if touched by the hand of death.
Bewilderment and unaccustomed weakness overtook Lady Coryston.
There were gasps, explosive curses of bewilderment, amazement.
As for the Friends, they went home in a state of bewilderment.
And I, too, I must admit, turned upon Hartnett with a stare of bewilderment.
And they separated in a sort of bewilderment, shaking hands in a tired fashion.
Chris stared, almost forgetting the pose of unconsciousness in his bewilderment.
The bewilderment on the poor little face was frightening me.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BEWILDERMENT
- lack of education
- mental incapacity