1 Writing, thinking, and directing all at once might well bewilder the poor lady, and Meg begged her to sit quietly in her room for a little while, and let them work.
2 At that early period it served but to bewilder her.
3 It was the threat of the convent that finally won the assent of bewildered and heartstricken Pierre Robillard.
4 The idea of appearing publicly at a social gathering while in mourning was so unheard of she was bewildered.
5 It bewildered and depressed her.
6 But, as they sat at the table, Scarlett silent and gloomy, Pitty bewildered and Melanie miserable, a telegram came.
7 For a moment she stared at him bewildered, dropping her skirts in dismay.
8 "But I thought Atlanta burned the night I left," cried Scarlett, bewildered.
9 She had set her feet upon that road a spoiled, selfish and untried girl, full of youth, warm of emotion, easily bewildered by life.
10 When she made feeble swimming motions to come back to consciousness, she was tired to her bones, weak, bewildered.
11 Tomorrow she would wonder if she had made any impression on Frank's hurt and bewildered heart.
12 His heart was sore and bewildered at Suellen's conduct and his vanity, the shy, touchy vanity of a middle-aged bachelor who knows himself to be unattractive to women, was deeply wounded.
13 Frank gave her the three hundred dollars, bewildered by her sweet urgency, reluctant at first, because it meant the end of his hope of buying the sawmill immediately.
14 It was as if Atlanta society, scattered and wrecked by war, depleted by death, bewildered by change, had found in her an unyielding nucleus about which it could re-form.
15 She had not known what he meant then but now bewildered comprehension was coming to her and with it a sick, weary feeling.