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Crime and Punishment
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  • The policeman was bewildered, and stared at him open-eyed.
  • He stood in the middle of the room and gazed in miserable bewilderment about him; he walked to the door, opened it, listened; but that was not what he wanted.
  • The tavern, the degraded appearance of the man, the five nights in the hay barge, and the pot of spirits, and yet this poignant love for his wife and children bewildered his listener.
  • But while he stood at the railing, still looking angry and bewildered after the retreating carriage, and rubbing his back, he suddenly felt someone thrust money into his hand.
  • Razumihin muttered in bewilderment.
  • Sonia stopped short in the doorway and looked about her bewildered, unconscious of everything.
  • Porfiry Petrovitch was obviously bewildered.
  • He was so muddled and bewildered that on getting home he sat for a quarter of an hour on the sofa, trying to collect his thoughts.
  • Raskolnikov, bewildered, suddenly fell into actual frenzy, but, strange to say, he again obeyed the command to speak quietly, though he was in a perfect paroxysm of fury.
  • Sonia listened to him in bewilderment and did her utmost to comprehend.
  • She looked at him bewildered.
  • This slight friendly gesture bewildered Raskolnikov.
  • And why just to-day?" he thought in agonising bewilderment.
  • It can’t be!" he said at last aloud in bewilderment.
  • "They are very good people, very kind," answered Sonia, who still seemed bewildered, "and all the furniture, everything…. everything is theirs.
  • Where am I?" she said in complete bewilderment, as though still unable to recover herself.
  • (She seized him by the shoulder, he got up, looking at her almost bewildered.

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

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