A dozen movies far superior to Dogtooth or Outside the Law were bewilderingly overlooked.
For an instant they stared at each other, then kissed in a bewilderingly friendly fashion.
Meantime the spectacle of the mountain must have been bewilderingly grand.
There cannot be in city life any sight so bewilderingly gorgeous or so delightful as the boulevards, either by day or night.
Now she smiled at him, beautifully, bewilderingly, for his kindness in asking.
She had no idea what sort of a place it was, and everything here was bewilderingly new and strange to her.
My mind was bewilderingly full of Anne, but I could not think of her.
It inaugurated the bewilderingly rapid territorial redistribution of Europe, which was so characteristic of the Napoleonic period.
It was bewilderingly like the church fair of an American country town, socially and materially.
America was bewilderingly strange, unimaginably complex, delightfully unexplored.