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Does the English language provide a shorter form of the phrase?

Example:

Not knowing what else to do, I kept walking through the corridor.

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    Why would anyone vote to close this great question? How ridiculous. – Fattie Oct 18 '14 at 5:11
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'Puzzled', 'undecided', 'confused', etc.

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The expression at wit's end means exactly not knowing what else to do.

  • at the end of one's ideas or mental resources; perplexed (dictionary.com)

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