Definition of bewildered in English:

bewildered

Line breaks: be|wil¦dered
Pronunciation: /bɪˈwɪldəd
 
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adjective

Confused and indecisive; puzzled: he saw the bewildered look on my face
More example sentences
  • Mr Darcy's hands sought further company of his bewildered face.
  • Lydia left the room, leaving Elizabeth to dress in a bewildered hurry.
  • Even he says he's "a little bit bewildered."

Derivatives

bewilderedly

adverb
More example sentences
  • I was still young enough to believe - bewilderedly, arrogantly, passionately - that through sheer force of will, I could bend the world to my ambition.
  • Tourists stand and look bewilderedly at the structure.
  • Shaking her head bewilderedly, Annie said ‘No, I don't understand.’

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