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Harry Potter (#4) and the Goblet of Fire
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  • Bewildered, wondering what on earth he was supposed to have done this time, Harry got up...
  • In fact (the report continued, in a tone of unmistakable bewilderment), the Riddles all appeared to be in perfet health — apart from the fact that they were all dead.
  • One bewildered second later, Harry realized that the foot-long thing was Dudley’s tongue — and that a brightly colored toffee wrapper lay on the floor before him.
  • Harry said, bewildered.
  • Bagman repeated, bewildered.
  • Cedric was still looking politely bewildered.
  • Harry told her, bewildered.
  • Fourth door to the left of that statue of Boris the Bewildered on the fifth floor.
  • When he reached the statue of Boris the Bewildered, a lost-looking wizard with his gloves on the wrong hands, he located the right door, leaned close to it, and muttered the password, "Pine fresh," just as Cedric had told him.
  • Madame Maxime closed the door behind her, Hagrid offered her his arm, and they set off around the edge of the paddock containing Madame Maxime’s giant winged horses, with Harry, totally bewildered, running to keep up with them.
  • What’s tactless?" said Harry, bewildered.
  • It’s —" But to her bewilderment, the gray owl landed in front of her plate, closely followed by four barn owls, a brown owl, and a tawny.
  • He showed Snape something on his arm?" said Sirius, looking frankly 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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