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Far from the Madding Crowd
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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • About an hour after, she heard the noise of the waggon and went out, still with a painful consciousness of her bewildered and troubled look.
  • All the female guests were huddled aghast against the walls like sheep in a storm, and the men were bewildered as to what to do.
  • In bewilderment they turned their eyes to Boldwood.
  • "But I thought it was I who had to call you?" said the bewildered Liddy.
  • She was bewildered too by the prospect of having to rely on her own resources again: it seemed to herself that she never could again acquire energy sufficient to go to market, barter, and sell.
  • There was something so abnormal and startling in the childlike pain and simplicity of this appeal from a woman of Bathsheba’s calibre and independence, that Troy, loosening her tightly clasped arms from his neck, looked at her in bewilderment.
  • Bathsheba was brimming with agitated bewilderment, and she said, in half-suspicious accents of feeling, "Can it be!

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

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