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used in Fahrenheit 451

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to confuse someone
  • But he was not angry now, only exhausted and bewildered with himself.
    p. 98.7
bewildered = confused
  • Montag lay back against the wall and then slowly sank to a crouching position and began to nudge the books, bewilderedly, with his thumb, his forefinger.
    p. 65.1
  • They sat, not touching her, bewildered with her display.
    p. 97.2
  • The earthquake was still shaking and falling and shivering inside him and he stood there, his knees half bent under the great load of tiredness and bewilderment and outrage, letting Beatty hit him without raising a hand.
    p. 112.3
  • The innocent man stood bewildered, a cigarette burning in his hand.
    p. 142.3

There are no more uses of "bewilder" in Fahrenheit 451.

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