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bewilder
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

3 uses
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Definition
to confuse someone
  • I turned to Jem for an answer, but Jem was even more bewildered than I.
    p. 95.7
bewildered = confused
  • Sometimes I did not understand him, but my periods of bewilderment were short-lived.
    p. 75.8
  • bewilderment = confusion
  • One corner of the yard, though, bewildered Maycomb.
    p. 228.5
bewildered = confused
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