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use "bewildered" in a sentence

The thief was bewildered.

Raylene was clearly bewildered by her stay at Fawlty Towers, and the management, due to her encounters with Basil, however she tried to remain as laid back about the events as much as possible.

She asks where he is going, to which he replies "After him!” He enters
invaluable in later books, when he advised lawyers, or his clients in trials during beware the Curves and All Grass Isn't Green.

Fans attending games can be seen wearing false mustaches and signs reading "Parros Nation", "Respect the Stache", "beware of the 'Stache", "Manly" Tough, amongst other things.

Other media The New Batman Adventures In the episode "beware The Creeper", The Creeper knocks over a thrift shop mannequin cleverly dressed to resemble the question in costume.

The Doctor uses a more portable device to decode the signal as beware Sutekh .

Hummocks or 'heads' of moss are an unusual feature of the wooded part of this moss. Moorgrips or ditches are frequent on the moss and the walker had better beware.

Having lightened her load, she surmises that there is more to Orla than meets the eye and warns her to beware of keeping secrets.

Although he also ends by saying "Viewers beware" and mentions that the documentary will make money mostly by "preaching to the choir." beware, such a bad preparation you have made for yourself that Allah became furious of you and you will be at punishment forever.

Ying-ying has taught Lena to beware of consequences, to the extent that Lena visualizes disaster in the taking of any risk.

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