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There was another witness, who, though standing at the door motionless and bewildered himself, still managed to remark Gania's death-like pallor, and the dreadful change that had come over his face.
Well, on flew the train, and I sat bewildered, and the young woman, tall and fair, and rather red in the face, too red, glared at me with flashing eyes.
Felton, quite bewildered, almost mad, stood speechless.
By the time my Lady had returned, from explaining things to the music-master, the map had been hung up, and the Baron was already much bewildered by the Vice-Warden's habit of pointing to one place while he shouted out the name of another.
He proved, however, but an indifferent guide, and they soon became bewildered among rugged hills and unknown streams, and burnt and barren prairies.
Sometimes he went in flame at them, but for the most part he stood looking on, bewildered and numbed, like one moaning inwardly.
He tried to feel the pulse: his hand trembled, the noise and confusion in the kitchen bewildered him.
Oliver sat huddled together, in a corner of the cart; bewildered with alarm and apprehension; and figuring strange objects in the gaunt trees, whose branches waved grimly to and fro, as if in some fantastic joy at the desolation of the scene.
Prince Andrew turned to him, but the doctor gave him a bewildered look and passed by without a word.
asked Zeb, rather bewildered by the suddenness of it.
Or maybe a third thing neither bewildered not banal nor noble.
Bewildered not because it might come as a surprise that I'm a cat person, but because catsthat ever-adored household pet and Internet phenom in the United Statesare something of an invasive species in Israel.