- v cause to be confused emotionally
- s deeply absorbed in thought
as distant and bemused as a professor listening to the prattling of his freshman class
- s perplexed by many conflicting situations or statements; filled with bewilderment
obviously bemused by his questions
- The SriLankan leg spinner bemused the Indian batsmen with his googlies.
- Jeff Gordinier in the '90s, perfecting his bemused young man look.
- But beneath the boyish flop of hair, Mohammed al-Durra's expression is quizzical, seemingly bemused by the crossfire of accusations over .
News & Articles
- Throwback Thursday: Laetitia Casta
*********** Kenya’s an exhilarating place to be at any time, but it was especially so 15 years ago when Laetitia Casta brought her special brand of sexiness to the African plains. Shooting for the first of her three consecutive appearances in the Swimsuit Issue, the French beauty mingled (sort of) with bemused Kenyans while posing for sun-soaked shoots against an uncluttered horizon. The ...
June 13, 2013 - Sports Illustrated
- Mark Hughes in BBC News
Everyone has to understand that I'll be manager here next year. That's been made very clear to me,said Hughes. "We are in tune with that we want to do but we are totally frustrated and bemused by the speculation."
- Bob Weir in Vancouver Sun
He would have been bemused,says Weir. "But you know, at the same time, wherever he is, he's supportive of what we're up to."
- Imad Moustapha in Forbes
Moustapha said foreclosing the possibility of talking about the Golan Heights at the gathering was "preposterous, but this is exactly what the US administration has said." "And we are supposed to just come attend, be bemused, enjoy our time...