There was no drunkenness, as drunkenness is ordinarily understood--no staggering and rolling around, no befuddlement
of the senses.
It didn't help that his face was generally a fresco of befuddlement
It was a good job the Riversiders were so explosive at either end because they displayed their now typical mid-innings befuddlement
against the spinners.
The experience is unforgettable, 17 courses of food which inspire wonderment, befuddlement
and, above all, awe.
Get Happy is about a perpetually miserable man who finds happiness when he starts dating a manic pixie dream girl, to the befuddlement
of his cynical best friend.
Among the characters causing as much befuddlement
as they did belly laughs were the Bra Men and councillors Cox and Evans.
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- of a day for befuddlement
- that what are they doing, why did that what are they doing, why did they say that and did you really they say that and did you really just see what you thought you just see what you thought you saw?
She really embraced this--to the total befuddlement
of her parents--and really committed herself to raising me and my three siblings in a house that was very immersed in Jewish life.
During the first wave of Nazi terror, motion picture journalists and Hollywood producers evinced "the natural befuddlement
of cool businessmen up against hot-headed fanatics" and remained oblivious to contemporary Nazi horrors and impending disaster (39).
30pm e' Bbg We've come to know TV Burp host Harry Hill for big collars, statement glasses, and a general air of befuddlement
Ask your average interventional radiologist (IR) how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is likely to affect his or her pocketbook, and the near-universal response at this point is likely to be a look of befuddlement
mixed with anxiety.
At the very least, their use of the same, neutral-sounding words serves to make the teacher's shock and befuddlement
less convincing as an ethical stance.