unbewildering

bewildering

[bih-wil-der-ing]
adjective
extremely confusing: a bewildering schedule of events.

Origin:
1785–95; bewilder + -ing2

bewilderingly, adverb
unbewildering, adjective
unbewilderingly, adverb
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bewildering (bɪˈwɪldərɪŋ)
 
adj
causing utter confusion; puzzling
 
bewilderingly
 
adv

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bewilder
1680s, from be- "thoroughly" + archaic wilder "lead astray, lure into the wilds," probably a back-formation of wilderness. An earlier word with the same sense was bewhape (early 14c.). Related: Bewildering.
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