One could perceive that painful striving in their bewildered gaze and in their sudden crazy grasp at the empty air.
Ellen stood as though dead, gazing at his movements with staring, bewildered eyes.
They no longer wandered on and on with blind and patient surrender, but turned this way and that in bewildered consultation.
The masses no longer supported one another, but were in a state of solution, bewildered and drifting about in the search for something that would weld them together.
He was quite bewilderedby all that was going on within him.
Pelle moved about in the crowd, collecting the bewildered inmates of the "Ark" by the gates of the prison, so that those who had relatives could find them.
Seeing this parley of the Princess and the Impostor some of the bewilderedcrowd murmured, and one man shouted, "The King of Alsander is lying dead at your feet!
And he waved his hands in front of John's bewildered eyes as he chanted low the injunction.
The woman whom he has taken to his bosom has bewildered him with her charms and her sorceries, and put it in his mind to deny the mission he bears.
An expression of bewildered surprise crept into her eyes as I spoke.
I took time, as I rested, to glance back, hoping thus to learn more of the direction I should follow; for the Kinzie light was no longer visible, and my struggle with the current had somewhat bewildered me.
The next day the duc d'Aiguillon went again to the king, and found him bewildered with family scenes and the murmurings of the Choiseuls.
Do you remember a singularly handsome young man, who, during my abode with madame Lagarde, fascinated me till my very senses seemed bewildered by my passion.
He smiled at mybewildered look, blessed us the second time, and left us alone.
To my wider knowledge of the Colonel's schemes many things were clear which puzzled and bewildered my friend, and I was not altogether surprised to see by Malgares's look that he understood the situation nearly as well as myself.
You have surprised, indeed you have bewildered me.
He was not accustomed to being consulted, and itbewildered him.
Rickie departed in a state ofbewildered misery, which was scarcely ever to grow clearer.
Jonathan Jelf, who seized the first opportunity of drawing me aside and learning all that I had to tell, was more amazed and bewildered than either of us.
For a long time the cries of the soldiers repeating their signals, and seeking to join their several banners, sounded like the howling of bewildered dogs seeking their masters.
He had a strange, sharp pain in his head, which made him feel very bewildered and uncomfortable.
Christie woke with a start, and looked up in her face with a bewildered expression.
He wore the characteristic earthquake look, a dazed and bewildered expression of countenance; he spoke in a singularly deliberate manner.
She was silent in her brother-in-law's presence because recent events had rather bewildered her.
For an hour and a half the party kept doggedly on until the senior members became greatly bewildered and fatigued by their serpentine meanderings.
He asked these questions in quick succession and Don Marcelo, bewildered by their absurdity, did not know how to reply.
At first the old man felt a little bewildered by this solitude, which obliged him to eat uncomfortable meals in a restaurant and pass the nights in enormous and deserted rooms still bearing traces of their former occupants.
For four days the distracted lover lived in Bordeaux, stunned and bewildered by the agitation of a provincial city suddenly converted into a capital.
The bewildered proprietor of the castle finally fell asleep in a bed in the lodge, made mercifully unconscious by the heavy and stupefying slumber of exhaustion, without fright nor nightmare.
That she had been bewildered when questioned by the market-woman, was not surprising, since she had passed a sleepless night, and the fate of poor William was yet uncertain.