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  • For four hours Dorothea lay in this conflict, till she felt ill and bewildered, unable to resolve, praying mutely.
  • She had no sense of chill resolute repulsion, of reticent self-justification such as she had known under Lydgate’s most stormy displeasure: all her sensibility was turned into a bewildering novelty of pain; she felt a new terrified recoil under a lash never experienced before.
  • The poor thing had no force to fling out any passion in return; the terrible collapse of the illusion towards which all her hope had been strained was a stroke which had too thoroughly shaken her: her little world was in ruins, and she felt herself tottering in the midst as a lonely bewildered consciousness.

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

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