The fact or condition of being bemused; puzzlement: we turned to each other in utter bemusement
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- All of these things cause my brain befuddlement, bemusement and general confusion.
- IT is very easy to be snooty about the work of John Steinbeck who, to the bemusement of many, won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1962.
- Asked to describe its colour, she replied ‘gosling green’, much to the bemusement of the locals.
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