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bewilder
used in A Tale of Two Cities

7 uses
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Definition
to confuse someone
  • They tried speaking to him; but, he was so confused, and so very slow to answer, that they took fright at his bewilderment, and agreed for the time to tamper with him no more.
    1.6 — The Shoemaker (81% in)
  • Sometimes it was staring and bewildered, and then it was, "I don't know her.
    1.3 — The Night Shadows (75% in)
  • Everywhere was tumult, exultation, deafening and maniacal bewilderment, astounding noise, yet furious dumb-show.
    2.21 — Echoing Footsteps (63% in)
  • It was so emphatically a fallen sport—a something, once innocent, delivered over to all devilry—a healthy pastime changed into a means of angering the blood, bewildering the senses, and steeling the heart.
    3.5 — The Wood-Sawyer (71% in)
  • As it passed, leaving Lucie frightened and bewildered in the doorway of the wood-sawyer's house, the feathery snow fell as quietly and lay as white and soft, as if it had never been.
    3.5 — The Wood-Sawyer (74% in)
  • Pressing his hand to his bewildered head, Darnay sat down at the table.
    3.13 — Fifty-two (44% in)
  • Mr. Cruncher was so bewildered that he could think of no locality but Temple Bar.
    3.14 — The Knitting Done (55% in)

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