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  • The truth is, the world was to Shakespear a great "stage of fools" on which he was utterly bewildered.
  • Come, Tavy: don’t look so bewildered: it might have been me: it might have been Ramsden; just as it might have been anybody.
  • Mrs Whitefield looks bewildered; but Ann draws her discreetly away; and they disappear round the corner towards the house.
  • [half bewildered] I don’t wish to take any unfair advantage; but we seem to have got off the straight track somehow.

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

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