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  • He shuddered a little when his old valet admitted Keating, and he blinked in vapid bewilderment, but he asked Keating to sit down.
  • Heyer stared after him, bewildered, blinking.
  • She followed him far to the other side of the quarry; she descended to the dusty green dell of the work sheds; she inspected the bewildering machinery.
  • "What?" he asked, bewildered.
  • It preyed on his mind, with the bewildered feeling of apprehension which the thought of her always brought him.
  • Then Roark heard him whisper suddenly: "Gail Wynand…" Roark leaned closer to him, bewildered.
  • He stared at her helplessly, bewildered, too happy.
  • "Pasquale Orsini," the man answered obediently, bewildered.
  • And Roark felt again a bewildered helplessness before unreality: there was no such person as Mr. Mundy; there were only the remnants, long dead, of the people who had inhabited the Randolph place; one could not plead with remnants or convince them.
  • "What kind of a conversation is this?" asked Kiki, bewildered.
  • "You have Roger completely bewildered by this," he said.
  • # Peter Keating was bewildered.
  • Didn’t you think that I’d be a little…bewildered?
  • She spread her hands out, bewildered.
  • Toohey stared at him, bewildered.
  • His face looked humble and his eyes bewildered.
  • Then Toohey’s face seemed to harden, drawing together again in composure, and Keating knew that Toohey had found relief somewhere, in his bones or in his gaping, bewildered face, that some hidden immensity of ignorance within him had given Toohey reassurance.
  • He had not grasped that the events were real; he shuffled about in a stupor; he felt a fresh jolt of bewilderment each morning when he drove up to the building and saw the pickets.
  • He looked proud and wistful; he seemed bewildered.
  • He turned to her, bewildered.
  • Keating realized that there had been art and skill and its own kind of illogical energy in the career of Guy Francon, even if the art consisted only of his social charm and the energy was directed at snaring bewildered millionaires.
  • I don’t believe you understand," said Snyte, bewildered.

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

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