illogical, upset, disordered, lost, garbled, preoccupied, broken, woolly-headed, disjointed, perplexed, addled, muzzy, deep in thought, disconnected, mazed, baffled, missed, mixed-up, unconnected, wooly-minded, muddled, at sea, scattered, befogged, helpless, disoriented, befuddled, bemused, wooly, woolly, confused
amazed (part of speech: verb)
confused (part of speech: verb)
fazed, vertiginous, awe-struck, nonplused, awed, rattled, in a dither, lost in the fog, staggered, misled, thunderstruck, bowled over, shocked, uncertain, up in the air, disconcerted, stupefied, all balled up, reeling, agog, flabbergasted, flustered, taken aback, struck speechless, put out of countenance, going around in circles, mystified, off the track, punchdrunk, at a loss, adrift, struck dumb, come unstuck, giddy, breathless, agape, puzzled, dismayed, startled, stumped, dizzy, in a stew, euchred, all hot and bothered
wondered (part of speech: verb)
astonished (part of speech: adjective)
- Ida sat down in a chair, feeling bewildered and awkward. - "Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1905 to 1906", Lucy Maud Montgomery.
- Mr. Page is completely bewildered as to which is his friend. - "Walking-Stick Papers", Robert Cortes Holliday.
- " After all, I know so little yet," she said, bewildered. - "The Testing of Diana Mallory", Mrs. Humphry Ward.