bewilderment


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Thought was arrested by utter bewilderment, now its old narrow pathway was closed, and affection seemed to have died under the bruise that had fallen on its keenest nerves.
Certainly," she replied, evidently enjoying my bewilderment.
She paused, and added in some bewilderment, "What has happened?
To the complete bewilderment of Bell, it coolly announced that it had "the only original telephone," and that it was ready to supply "superior telephones with all the latest improvements made by the original inventors--Dolbear, Gray, and Edison.
The landlord, seeing his guest at his feet and hearing a speech of this kind, stood staring at him in bewilderment, not knowing what to do or say, and entreating him to rise, but all to no purpose until he had agreed to grant the boon demanded of him.
I was too young to bear that tone in her voice; I made no reply, only looked at the unhappy woman in helpless bewilderment.
repeated Meriem, puckering her brows in bewilderment.
Then she was gone down the hillside at a run; and Dick stood by himself in a state of some bewilderment and even distress.
as they stared in their blindness and bewilderment.
But behind the bewilderment the truth was already gleaming.
And now that this idea was forcibly presented to her, it affected the sweet child with bewilderment and horror.
Troth she jumped up from the sofy as if she was bit, and made off through the door, while I turned my head round afther her, in a complate bewilderment and botheration, and followed her wid me two peepers.
We had spoken scarcely a dozen words since I had felled Tan Gama at the cell door and seen in the torch's light the expression of utter bewilderment upon the great Thark's face.
His eyes were fixed upon his wife, and in them was an utter bewilderment.
Once more he experienced the strange sense of utter bewilderment that had marked his earlier awakening, but soon he recalled the recent past, and looking through the opening at his feet he saw the figure of a man squatting on his haunches.