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used in Light in August

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to confuse someone
  • He began now to be afraid, whose feeling up to now had been bewilderment and perhaps foreboding and fatality.
    Chapter 12 (46% in)
  • He had been listening, but his expression was brooding, with a kind of violently slumbering contemplativeness and bewildered outrage.
    Chapter 11 (66% in)
  • Soon she more than shocked him: she astonished and bewildered him.
    Chapter 12 (9% in)

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