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used in All Quiet on the Western Front

5 uses
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to confuse someone
  • The sergeant-cook nodded absent-minded, and bewildered.
    Chapter 1 (22% in)
bewildered = confused
  • Between the glowing columns of the cloister is the cool darkness that only churches have, and I stand there and wonder whether, when I am twenty, I shall have experienced the bewildering emotions of love.
    Chapter 6 (55% in)
  • Close above me are her bewildering eyes, the soft brown of her skin and her red lips.
    Chapter 7 (24% in)
  • The confusion of shell-holes now seems so bewildering that I can no longer tell in my agitation which way I should go.
    Chapter 9 (46% in)
  • We will be superfluous even to ourselves, we will grow older, a few will adapt themselves, some others will merely submit, and most will be bewildered;—the years will pass by and in the end we shall fall into ruin.
    Chapter 12 (48% in)

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