Definitions

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  • adjective Not bewildered.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ bewildered

Examples

  • This shall be his safeguard against penalties, his guarantee of honours at the hands of the community; it shall be a clue to thread his way through the mazes of the law courts unbewildered, secure against defeat, assured of victory. 558 It is to him, the law-loving citizen, that men will turn in confidence when seeking a guardian of the most sacred deposits, be it of money or be it their sons or daughters.

    Memorabilia

  • He was totally bewildered and he never came unbewildered.

    Day, George E. "Bud"

  • He was totally bewildered and he never came unbewildered.

    Cobeil, Earl G.

  • He went thither unbewildered by its marvelous changes, undistracted by its tumultuous flood of life -- for his mind was full of his mission; he could see only the blood following the blade of his knife, heard nothing but a groan, a death-rattle.

    Lahoma

  • Shakespeare's conception, but, I believe, to the impressions of most readers of taste who are unbewildered by analysis.

    Shakespearean Tragedy Lectures on Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth

  • This shall be his safeguard against penalties, his guarantee of honours at the hands of the community; it shall be a clue to thread his way through the mazes of the law courts unbewildered, secure against defeat, assured of victory.

    The Memorabilia

  • The blood flowed freely, but Mrs. Fairfax, unbewildered, put her thumb firmly on the wrist just above the wound and instructed the doctor how to use his pocket - handkerchief as a tourniquet.

    Pages from a Journal with Other Papers

  • Not unbewildered, again he gazed off for his boat.

    The Piazza Tales

  • Bow-street, procured by caricatures of Old Baily reports, you have sipped your hockheimer, while standing, scarce yet unbewildered, in the gas-light splendor reflected from the 'vis-á-vis' mirrors of Almack's, yet do not exalt yourself above all that is fleshly.

    Knickerbocker, or New-York Monthly Magazine, March 1844 Volume 23, Number 3

  • In the hatred of the Barbarians I am born and bred, and I hope to die in it, unbewildered by modern sophisms. "

    Essays on Scandinavian Literature

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