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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbewildermentbe‧wil‧der‧ment /bɪˈwɪldəmənt $ -dər-/ noun [uncountable]  CONFUSEDa feeling of being very confused syn confusionin bewilderment She looked at him in bewilderment.
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bewildermentHis head tilted to the side in amused bewilderment.A good deal of role confusion and bewilderment as the growing child encounters the newer ways is to be expected and observed.He rushed ahead and looked around in bewilderment.Such comments reflected as much bewilderment as paranoia.The cover shot nicely evokes the bewilderment felt when climbing in Ordesa.She accepted the news of war with bewilderment and sadness; feelings she soon learned to keep to herself.
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