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In " Intentions" he enunciated serious problems which seemed constantly to contradict themselves, and he causes ourselves to ask questions which only bewilder and astonish. - "Oscar Wilde", Leonard Cresswell Ingleby.
All the furnishing and arrangements of this aristocratic apartment were calculated to dazzle the eye and bewilder the mind of one unaccustomed to such splendor. - "Madame Roland, Makers of History", John S. C. Abbott.
bewilders, bewildered, bewhisker, bewildering, Bewailed, 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley.