bewilder


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Sometimes he went in flame at them, but for the most part he stood looking on, bewildered and numbed, like one moaning inwardly.
"Get a candle," he said, impatiently; "they will give you one in the kitchen." He tried to feel the pulse: his hand trembled, the noise and confusion in the kitchen bewildered him.
We sometimes make choices that bewilder us as it's not easy to judge if we succeeded or not.
Acoustic folk singer-songwriter Craig Clark is currently working on his highly anticipated debut album, Sometimes Bewilder.
Fate--karma, kismet, chance, luck, you bewilder me.
Navigating the aisles of warehouse-size supermarkets and making sense of increasingly complicated nutrition labels can bewilder many a food shopper.
He likewise wrote about hieroglyphics that "bewitch and bewilder the viewer in their labyrinthine evolution." Di Maggio's pierced embroideries have this fairy quality, in which the images become a labyrinth and a dream, as the glance gets lost amid their interweavings.
I AM bewildered by all of the roadworks and tree savagery.
England had committed players: Wales had bewildered participants.
Or maybe a third thing neither bewildered not banal nor noble.
I vividly remember the Israeli soldiers on my Birthright trip watching, bewildered, as I began to pet a cat that had sauntered toward the stoop where we were sitting.
Aquino said he, as well as the public, was bewildered by the decision of the high court.
Chris Ramsey is fantastic as Jack with perfect comedy timing alongside Lisa McGrills as his canny sister and Vic Reeves playing the bewildered dad.
TO Bewildered, of Glasgow, Andrew Castle is a former British tennis No.1 and perhaps a wee bit more qualified than most to commentate at Wimbledon.