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The Grapes of Wrath
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  • The old eyes looked up at Ma in pain and bewilderment for a moment before the awareness receded again.
  • People are wandering in, bewildered, needing a car.
  • Connie, her nineteen-year-old husband, who had married a plump, passionate hoyden,4 was still frightened and bewildered at the change in her; for there were no more cat fights in bed, biting and scratching with muffled giggles and final tears.
  • I am alone and I am bewildered.
  • The family came down from the top of the truck and looked about in bewilderment.
  • "Well, why the hell don’t ya get out?" The bewildered eyes looked up for a moment, and then down again, and the dying firelight was reflected redly.

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  • Some of their customs can bewilder travelers.
  • I am trying to understand her, but am bewildered.

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