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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • So that such buffoonery amazed and bewildered the spectators, or at least some of them.
  • If any one touched him he would start and look at one as though awakening and bewildered.
  • I mention this incident particularly because this article penetrated into the famous monastery in our neighborhood, where the inmates, being particularly interested in the question of the ecclesiastical courts, were completely bewildered by it.
  • Mitya snatched up the bottle, but he was so bewildered that he did not know what to do with it.
  • "What blood?" asked Grushenka, bewildered.
  • Grushenka flung back her head, half opened her lips, smiled, waved her handkerchief, and suddenly, with a violent lurch, stood still in the middle of the room, looking bewildered.
  • The bewildered youth gazed from one to another.
  • Alyosha asked, bewildered.
  • "Listen ." said Ivan, beginning to seem bewildered again and making an effort to grasp something.
  • Snegiryov’s face looked eager, yet bewildered and exasperated.
  • He seemed in a state of bewildered anxiety.
  • But this subject will be treated in the next book; I will only add here that before a day had passed something happened so unexpected, so strange, upsetting, and bewildering in its effect on the monks and the townspeople, that after all these years, that day of general suspense is still vividly remembered in the town.

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

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