The question seemed to bewilder the woman.
A bewildering array of directional signs faced him on the wall.
He repeated the words with bewildering rapidity.
He was bewildered by the choices offered on the offer.
He was bewildered when a well-loved member of the community is found dead in the maple woods.
He was bewildered why he hadn't scored.
His family were always supportive of him, albeit rather bewildered by his chosen path.
I sat there slightly bewildered, no longer quite certain about what might be happening in the vicinity.
I was bewildered to find that our magistrates courts have become junior crown courts.
In a book of fewer than 200 pages, the author draws on an extensive and sometimes bewildering range of sources.
It is bewildering to see how much of a technical advance the second game is.
It was one of the bewildering assortment of coded letters and symbols that appear in chat room messages.
It's not bad, it's just utterly bewildering.
Somewhat bewildered he said, "I would love to know how you manage to turn up everywhere?"
The bewildering succession of health service reforms has changed the fundamental governance and accountability arrangements of the NHS.
The buyer was bewildered by the range available.
The shop had a bewildering variety of silks.
There was a bewildering maze of funds equally matched by complex application procedures.
They managed to leave Preston totally bewildered at how they let Brierley Hill off the hook.