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Harry Potter (#6) and the Half-Blood Prince
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  • All three of the Gaunts seemed to have forgotten Ogden, who was looking both bewildered and irritated at this renewed outbreak of incomprehensible hissing and rasping.
  • Bewildered, Harry looked around as a small golden clock standing upon Slughorn’s desk chimed eleven o’clock.
  • ’She definitely knows you exist,’ said Harry, bewildered.
  • "But," said Harry, bewildered, "but last year, you said one of us would have to kill the other —"
  • Ron was standing at the top of the stairs, looking bewildered at , the sight of Harry.
  • Completely bewildered, wondering whether the world had gone mad, he turned around: Ron looked as stunned as he felt and Ginny and Hermione were exchanging startled looks.
  • Remembering to leap the vanishing step halfway down the concealed staircase, he burst through a tapestry at the bottom and out into a corridor where a number of bewildered and pajama-clad Hufflepuffs stood.
  • Harry awoke next morning feeling slightly dazed and confused by a series of dreams in which Ron had chased him with a Beater’s bat, but by midday he would have happily exchanged the dream Ron for the real one, who was not only cold-shouldering Ginny and Dean, but also treating a hurt and bewildered Hermione with an icy, sneering indifference.
  • Distracted by the flames, the Inferi seemed unaware that their quarry was leaving as Dumbledore led Harry back to the boat, the ring of fire moving with them, around them, the bewildered Inferi accompanying them to the waters edge, where they slipped gratefully back into their dark waters.
  • Oh," said the bewildered-looking girl, taking in Dumbledore’s eccentric appearance.
  • Fire, Harry," Dumbledore added with a smile, in response to Harry’s bewildered expression.

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

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