A purse can impress and intimidate, bewilder, berate, or amuse.
Every now and then he did bewilder her by flights of thought which she found herself incapable of following.
Now it assembles the blossoms of a whole long year to bewilder and allure.
Hence in their skirmishes she always gets the better of him; hitting him so swiftly, and in so many spots, as to bewilder his aim.
They bewilder us, but they fail to make a solemn impression.
The accents I had heard were calculated to confound and bewilder.
If I was to give the history all at once, I have so many things to say that I should bewilder you.
That action and the hints which preceded it seemed to bewilder the little man more than ever.
We have learnt new, strange ideas that bewilder the good dame.
It is only the artificial and the complex that bewilder them.