- 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
Florence Finch Kelly
Word Origin and History for bewilderedly
1680s, past participle adjective from bewilder (q.v.).
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