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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • "I’m crying," said Anne in a tone of bewilderment.
  • Mrs. Allan, having already been helped to a bewildering variety, declined it.
  • Young Mary Joe, a buxom, broad-faced French girl from the creek, whom Mrs. Barry had engaged to stay with the children during her absence, was helpless and bewildered, quite incapable of thinking what to do, or doing it if she thought of it.
  • The electric lights dazzled her eyes, the perfume and hum bewildered her.
  • Matthew did not know that Samuel, in the recent expansion of his business, had set up a lady clerk also; she was a niece of his wife’s and a very dashing young person indeed, with a huge, drooping pompadour, big, rolling brown eyes, and a most extensive and bewildering smile.
  • Everything was so strange, so brilliant, so bewildering—the rows of ladies in evening dress, the critical faces, the whole atmosphere of wealth and culture about her.

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

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