Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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I had thought nothing could be more bewildering than my own work.

Their conversation was, if possible, more bewildering than their mode of dining.

The mystery of the whole thing was becoming more and more bewildering.

The simplicity seemed the more bewildering because it was the growth, not of weeks, but of years.

Nothing it more bewildering than a good conjuring trick till we know how it is done, and Nature is the supreme conjurer.

The simplicity seemed the more bewildering because it was the growth, not of weeks but of years.

More bewildering even than this was Archy Bates's uncanny command of gold.

In London itself the complications, if possible, were more bewildering still.

No family of hardy shrubs is more bewildering in the multiplicity and intricacy of its nomenclature than Rosa.

The mayor's visit at that time of night was all the more bewildering to the card-players when they saw the agitation of his face.