use bewilder in a sentence.
I'm still bewildered why this isn't the default.
I find it bewildering that anything else is in use anyway.
It bewilders me when private corporations peddle on consumer fear like this, it really does.
Why would he be bewildered?
Finally, a way for me to automatically prank call my friends and record their bewildered responses in a database!
I'm really bewildered by all the options for emacs-git integration.
Every single time I see someone try to use an analogy lately I just stare in bewilderment.
Sure, I think I over-generalized a bit - I mean the kind of comments you see from Android boosters and people who are just bewildered by Apple's success.
Thanks for resolving that particular cognitive dissonance; I tried Blender once, then gave up in bewilderment after a few hours.
Using two fingers to scroll has become so natural to me that if I use a non-Apple trackpad I'm momentarily bewildered why it doesn't work.
The browser technology scene is a bewildering menagerie of spiders, monkeys, squirrels, fish, and mythical birds, so a little confusion is understandable.
I'm more bewildered to why no tablets seem to have multi-user functionality.
Bemused doesn't mean that, it means puzzled, bewildered, or confused.
That one really bewildered me too.
I'm just bewildered here.
They may not have it now, but how bewildering is it to think that they may have access some day?
I'm bewildered by the hero worshipping of Elon myself.