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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • For one bewildered moment he thought that Ron had left the tent, then realized that Ron was lying in the shadow of a bunk,
  • "Butů surely you know where your nephew is going?" she asked looking bewildered.
  • Mrs. Weasley looked bewildered.
  • Ron shook his head, looking bewildered.
  • After a moment’s bewilderment, he realized that it was not a mirror, but a painting.
  • "The — the what?" asked the wandmaker, looking utterly bewildered.
  • At that, she looked just as bewildered as he felt.
  • Ron and Hermione looked bewildered.
  • Ron and Hermione looked bewildered but very impressed as they followed him across the little landing and knocked upon the door opposite Bill and Fleur’s.
  • Then he turned to see Bogrod shaking his head in bewilderment: The Thief’s Downfall seemed to have lifted his Imperius Curse.
  • Hermione looked utterly bewildered, but to Harry’s enormous relief she accepted the bizarre turn of events without comment.
  • Harry left her floating there, looking utterly 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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