- completely puzzled or confused; perplexed.
Origin of bewildered
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Examples from the Web for bewilderedly
"I suppose it's some sort of a silly joke," said Steve bewilderedly.Left End Edwards
Ralph Henry Barbour
But a long time later Saya opened her eyes and looked about bewilderedly.The Forgotten Planet
Then he stared, bewilderedly aware that something had gone wrong.World of the Drone
"In one sense I almost think it is," said Austin, gazing at her bewilderedly.For Jacinta
For a moment he was so dazed by Mead's blow that he stared about him bewilderedly.Emerson's Wife and Other Western Stories</p>
Florence Finch Kelly
Word Origin and History for bewilderedly
1680s, past participle adjective from bewilder (q.v.).
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