By 1996, Haitians were scratching their heads in bewilderment, asking themselves Why has America come to save us?
There were two modes of being with him, I think it was seduction on the one hand and bewilderment on the other.
When the catharsis comes—and it comes, to lift from Hemingway, gradually then suddenly—there is shock and bewilderment.
As a result, the water sank into the ground, prompting migratory cranes to issue calls of “grief and bewilderment.”
As he sifted through the papers, Michael felt “no anger, just bewilderment,” he told me.
A loud shouting and commotion in the village roused me from my bewilderment.
To the bewilderment of the Leopard Woman the pace of the safari now slackened.
Down we plunged into the cellar, through the trap and to the Door of bewilderment.
And I, too, I must admit, turned upon Hartnett with a stare of bewilderment.
Brother Fulkerson answered in a voice of bewilderment, tinged, too, with protest.