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use "bemused" in a sentence

They creep past, bemused by his behaviour, and Mr Lloyd, slightly drunk, says to Basil "We've been to a wedding".

He then got up from his seat and left, leaving many of the assembled crowd bemused.

She agrees, bemused by his repellent ugliness, including his big

Kite now round rudder so drift ashore bemoan passing of good old days when SBs on open meeting course were roundly flogged and deported to colonies.

Whereas the others, having everything, always grudge, bemoan and complain.

But he does bemoan roles that require him to die dramatically on screen.

But some bemoan the loss of the old communities.

But yet again, on Thursday, a sad, somber and angry Obama walked before the cameras to bemoan another community traumatized by a mass killing.

Don't they always express their own superiority while still young and bemoan our ignorance, our fecklessness and our grave mental torpor?

Gillies added that "they are all RINOs," - a dismissive epithet among conservatives who bemoan a "Republican-in-name-only."

He loved to bemoan the Liberals' "decade of darkness," but Harper presided over a second decade of you-know-what.

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