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Sample Sentence for 困惑

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Either no one had an answer, or they provided the stock response and would not see my perplexity at all.
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I'm confused too. In fact they are Tweedledum and Tweedledee.
43
Sitting alone and confused she didn't know what to do. Beth sat high on the monkey bars crying. How can her future husband just leave like that?
44
西
Say, for example, if I ask you to clean the room, you would not know whether to sweep the room, place everything in order, arrange the books in the shelf or do all the three.
45
They also might beunclear about what you do or how things work in your organization.
46
But for a country that rightly cites patriotism as one of its core values, we're taking a pass on what might be the most patriotic struggle of all.
47
If you are baffled about how to incorporate more color into your wardrobe, take a look around you.
48
Seeing the little one' s distress, she spoke to him rapidly in Vietnamese, listened to his reply and answered him in a soothing voice.
49
The fact that the question needs to be asked is indicative of the enduring bafflement with which we regard Japanese pop culture.
50
使
使
People who like a lot of 'Charlie' are often nervy, excitable and can get paranoid. If you' re not sleeping well because of this drug, you can also feel very confused.
51
I think it's very confusing and the Chinese media is full of discussion and debate about that.
52
I confess to being baffled by those who think that vision -- both the dark and the bright of it -- has somehow lost its place on the political agenda.
53
Yes, we' re moving in circles - but we' re not confused, which is what that expression generally means.
54
穿
It is time to rally through the mire. Dear Ones if you hang your head in despair and confusion your heartbeam will be lowered in kind.
55
The giant is sitting at a window. He is looking at his cold, white garden. He feels confused.
56
In all the preliminary maneuvers, we had been sometimes puzzled by the erratic pauses between their messages, which we assumed had something to do with the Cultural Revolution.
57
It's a feeling we have all experienced, whether in a lecture theatre, an art gallery or wandering around an unfamiliar city, but confusion is tricky to describe.
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Here' s a tip that may save you some hand wringing: there is no "incorrect" choice at any of the story-path branches.
59
Several of the pager messages point to the mass of confusion and rumour-mongering that set in after the first plane hit the north tower.
60
Parents clap and shriek with laughter while children look on with bemused grins as the daily ritual is performed.