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Angels & Demons
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  • He sat a moment in utter bewilderment.
  • Langdon sat bewildered as the driver swung the car around and brought it to a stop in front of the glass building.
  • He fell back in bewilderment.
  • Langdon watched, bewildered by the director’s sudden panic.
  • Langdon stared in bewilderment at the study before him.
  • Vittoria was bewildered.
  • Kohler glanced down at the blinking lights in apparent bewilderment.
  • He listened to her request, bewildered.
  • A rustle of confusion and bewilderment swept through the chapel.
  • The guard looked bewildered.
  • Looking bewildered, the guard hurried into the security center.
  • "Urb . Urbino," he stammered, now looking bewildered.
  • Olivetti sounded bewildered.
  • Langdon turned and stared at Vittoria in bewilderment.
  • Langdon watched in bewilderment as the camerlegno quickly unlocked the metal cargo box bolted between the seats.
  • Mortati and the cardinals watched in bewilderment.
  • As he moved up the center aisle, he saw bewilderment in every face.
  • Bewildered, he shot a glance out the side door to get his bearings.
  • Mortati turned, bewildered, following their outstretched hands.
  • Everyone exchanged bewildered looks.
  • Bewildered, the camerlegno kept moving.
  • The cardinals’ relief to be leaving ground zero seemed to be quickly overcome by looks of bewilderment at the spectacle now going on outside the church.
  • What’s going on?" the camerlegno said, looking 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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