Definition of bemused
- … he was fumbling with the sheets, and looking down at them with a slightly bemused expression as though the stuff before him was in a foreign language …
- —Robert Penn Warren
- … as distant and bemused as a Professor Emeritus listening to the prattling of his freshman class.
- —Michael Straight
- This is not another of those now popular books about a bemused outsider's sojourn in rural France, brimming with colorful locals and heart-warming anecdotes.
- —J. D. McClatchy
bemusedlyplay \bi-ˈmyü-zəd-lē, bē-\ adverb
- Harry looked bemusedly at the photograph Colin was brandishing under his nose.
- —J. K. Rowling