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Definition of Bewildered

  • Greatly perplexed; as, a bewildered mind.

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The bewildered, helpless anguish of the parents, who cannot understand why the God they worship takes their son away from them, reaches the greatest climax of tragedy that I know of anywhere in the whole history of fiction.
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Enraged and bewildered by Sanin's unconventional method of dealing with the difficulty, the discomfited emissaries withdraw.
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The common soldiers are beaten and hammered unmercifully in the daily drill, so that they are all bewildered, being in such a state of terror that it is impossible for them to perform correctly even the simplest manoeuvres.
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Tarrant's reception of her disclosure came as a new disturbance-she felt bewildered and helpless.
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Bewildered, and forgetting all else, he bent, and imprinted a kiss on her lips.
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Much bewildered, and utterly forgetting the awful dangers of liquor in the tropics, he called for Canadian Club.
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Streams, bewildered in the flats, changed their channels, mingling silt and sand with the peat moss.
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Philip, somewhat bewildered, confessed that he was.
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She talked with much gesticulation of the thumb, and Philip, to whom all she said was new, listened with profound but bewildered interest.
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One of the testimonies that we have as to Borrow's later life at Oulton is to the effect that he got bewildered at times and fancied himself Wodin; but the substratum of sanity is strongly exhibited in the remedy which he himself applied.
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I felt somewhat dizzy and bewildered, but the dark shadow had withdrawn itself from me.
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And all the time Ralph was well aware that the bulk of Katharine was not represented in his dreams at all, so that when he met her he was bewildered by the fact that she had nothing to do with his dream of her.
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Katharine looked at her again, as if her first glance must have been deluded, for, surely, there must be some outward sign that Mary was talking in an excited, or bewildered, or fantastic manner.
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Just then something cold and moist was thrust into her hand, and she started up bewildered, hardly able for the moment to make out where she was.
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Hardly had he taken hold than Tom swung around and caught him by the throat in a deathlike grip, for he was too bewildered to know what he was doing.
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Many were the looks of surprise and inquiry which she cast on the bewildered, half-pleased, half-anxious Abellino, who knew not whither he had been conveyed, and still thought it unsafe to confide entirely in the promises of the banditti.
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Vast conceptions swelled his soul; he dwelt on wondrous views, till their extent bewildered his brain; yet another hour elapsed, and he sprang from the earth to realise them.
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Blinded by the powder, and confused by the unexpected explosion, Andreas started back, and sunk bewildered on a neighbouring sofa.
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Motionless and bewildered stood the accused; tale-telling confusion spoke in every feature that the charge was true, and no one was bold enough to contradict Abellino.
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And the more he read the more puzzled and bewildered he became.
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Examples of Bewildered

Example #1
Not even the figure of Lear holding the dead body of Cordelia surpasses in tragic intensity this old pair whose whole life has for so long revolved about their son.
Example #2
And be kind to mother.
Example #3
Later, the challenger meets Sanin in the street, and goaded to frenzy by his calm and contemptuous stare, strikes him with a whip; he immediately receives in the face a terrible blow from his adversary's fist, delivered with all his colossal strength.
Example #4
Sanin informs them that he will not fight a duel, because he does not wish to take the officer's life, and because he does not care to risk his own; but that if the officer attempts any physical attack upon him in the street, he will thrash him on the spot.
Example #5
The only officer in this story who treats his men with any consideration is a libertine, who seduces the peasants' daughters in the neighbourhood, and sends them back to their parents with cash payments for their services.
Example #6
A favourite device of the officer is to jam the trumpet against the trumpeter's mouth, when he is trying to obey orders by sounding the call; then they laugh at him derisively as he spits out blood and broken teeth.