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  • The days of pioneering, of lassies in sunbonnets, and bears killed with axes in piney clearings, are deader now than Camelot; and a rebellious girl is the spirit of that bewildered empire called the American Middlewest.
  • His confident voice dwindled to a bewildered murmur, ceaseless and racking.
  • A bewildered spirit fallen on Main Street.
  • Erik was bewildered; glanced at Carol.
  • She alternately considered ways of leaving Kennicott, and remembered his virtues, pitied his bewilderment in face of the subtle corroding sicknesses which he could not dose nor cut out.
  • With pity for his bewilderment, and a certain desire to giggle, she consoled him, "Then let’s try some Tennyson.

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

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