bewilderingly


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be·wil·der

 (bĭ-wĭl′dər)
tr.v. be·wil·dered, be·wil·der·ing, be·wil·ders
1. To confuse or befuddle, especially by being complicated or varied. See Synonyms at perplex.
2. To cause to lose one's bearings; disorient: "The whirling snow bewildered him" (May Kellogg Sullivan).

be·wil′dered·ly adv.
be·wil′der·ing·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.bewilderingly - in a bewildering and confusing mannerbewilderingly - in a bewildering and confusing manner; "her situation was bewilderingly unclear"
Translations

bewilderingly

[bɪˈwɪldərɪŋlɪ] ADVde modo desconcertante
a bewilderingly complicated matterun asunto de una complejidad increíble

bewilderingly

[bɪˈwɪldərɪŋli] adv
bewilderingly complex → d'une complexité déroutante
bewilderingly varied → d'une variété déconcertante
bewilderingly quickly → à une vitesse ahurissante

bewilderingly

adv (= confusingly)verwirrend; (= bafflingly)verblüffend

bewilderingly

[bɪˈwɪldərɪŋlɪ] advin modo sconcertante, in modo sbalorditivo
References in classic literature ?
The trail of the creature was bewilderingly erratic.
How wearily, how bewilderingly they swarm about your path!
There were thousands of little people looking on, but they were in shadow and drab in colour compared to the glorious creatures within that luminous circle who were so bewilderingly bright that Maimie had to wink hard all the time she looked at them.
In all the first bewilderment of her wonder, the most bewilderingly wonderful thing to Bella was the shining countenance of Mr Boffin.
Another bewilderingly whirred horizontally out of the middle of the dash, then pivoted into a vertical position.
Printz Honor-winning author Andrew Smith returns witii Rabbit & Robot, another audaciously bizarre and bewilderingly funny YA novel.
Clever - and bewilderingly fast production allows them to play multiple parts - sometimes within the same scene.
Bewilderingly, on a car this lavishly equipped, there is no satellite navigation option.
Bewilderingly the number of individual tax-return filers stands at 1.260 million, a risibly small number for a population of well over 200 million, and it is the salaried class, most of whom have tax deducted at source that gives the FBR a fig leaf.
Without Brahim Diaz and Phil Foden - bewilderingly unavailable now they have featured in three Champions League games this season - City were quickly on the back foot as Steven Gerrard's visitors pressed at every opportunity.
Others, rather bewilderingly, have had one child, but then have found themselves unable to have any more.