CC Ādi 16.88

kahite cāhaye kichu, nā āise uttara
tabe vicāraye mane ha-iyā phāṅphara
Word for word: 
kahite — to speak; cāhaye — wants; kichu — something; — not; āise — comes; uttara — any reply; tabe — thereafter; vicāraye — considers; mane — within the mind; ha-iyā — becoming; phāṅphara — puzzled.
Translation: 
He wanted to say something, but no reply would come from his mouth. He then began to consider this puzzle within his mind.