Verb(1) mistake one thing for another(2) be confusing or perplexing to; cause to be unable to think clearly(3) cause to feel embarrassment(4) assemble without order or sense(5) make unclear, indistinct, or blurred
(1) It's easy to confuse protagonists with their authors.(2) One thing that does continually confuse me though is people who get married more than once.(3) It's easy to confuse this prudent conservatism with adherence to principle, but that would be a mistake.(4) a lot of people confuse a stroke with a heart attack(5) I think I'm separate enough from this character where people aren't going to confuse us.(6) It is at his home that she meets this woman, who is to complicate and confuse other relationships in the book, and finally draw in on all of them a terrifying wave of scandal.(7) purchasers might confuse the two products(8) However, it would be a mistake to confuse sensible with safe.(9) the points made by the authors confuse rather than clarify the issue(10) As a progressive and an atheist, Christians confuse me as much as the next person.(11) People don't usually forget our names, or get them wrong, or confuse us with other people.(12) Campaigners confuse the issue with complex legal and medical argument.(13) You may feel the first of these tends to confuse the issue rather than illuminate it, and you may be right.(14) First, no one with half a brain could possibly confuse the two products.(15) Look closely at the editorial: don't they completely avoid and try to confuse the point?(16) It was the fatal mistake of the medieval church to confuse and confound the two kingdoms.
(1) confuse with :: verwar met
1. bewilder ::
2. complicate ::
3. mistake for ::
4. confound ::
5. flurry ::
6. blur ::
7. befuddle ::
1. clarify ::
2. illuminate ::
Different Formsconfuse, confused, confuses, confusing
Word Example from TV Shows
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It's a childish trick designed to CONFUSE
and intrigue simpletons.
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 18
You'd risk that just to CONFUSE them?
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 4
The whole notion of marriage
seems to CONFUSE you,
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 4
Sometimes do you talk fancy
on purpose to CONFUSE me?
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 8
It's easy to CONFUSE
what is with what ought to be,
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 9
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