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1 I finally managed to disentangle myself from perplexity.
2 She looked at us in perplexity.
3 Most of them just stared at her in perplexity.
4 She looked at us in some perplexity.
5 She stared at the instruction booklet in complete perplexity.
6 He began counting them and then, with growing perplexity, counted them a second time.
7 His comments have been the source of much perplexity and debate.
8 There was perplexity in both their faces.
9 They looked at each other in evident perplexity.
10 Holmes halted before the next exhibit in some perplexity.
11 Fiver made no reply and Hazel paused in perplexity.
12 Bernard was in a torment of perplexity.
13 I am feeling... perplexity; incomprehension.
14 We are in a state of perplexity.
15 In our perplexity Bohr is at hand to help us.
16 Here, in consequence,(www.Sentencedict.com) is the source of perplexity and debate.
17 He felt terror, and relief, and perplexity, and a consequent inability to plan anything.
18 Yale shook his head in a gesture of perplexity.
19 Her anxiety and perplexity increased.
20 He scratched his head in perplexity.
21 She must have seen my perplexity.
22 Grandmother looked about in perplexity.
23 I pondered a moment in sore perplexity.
24 Robert outfaces his perplexity with his most peremptory air.
25 This put me to extreme perplexity.
26 The spokesman returned in a state of even greater perplexity to confront the television cameras and assembled press corps.
27 I enjoy the clink of our heels on linoleum, the perplexity of lifts and maps.
28 The procession wound through the town, heralded by music and laughter, leaving perplexity and sadness in its wake.
29 The significance of the economic recovery, such as it was, in 1977- 8 caused much debate and some perplexity.
30 I sat in the dim light, hushed and amazed at my own perplexity.
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