confounded[ kon-foun-did, kuh n- ]SEE DEFINITION OF confounded
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONFOUNDED
All the courtiers were amazed and confounded, and Sir Oliver the most of all.
Mr Vladimir walked on, and the “confounded policeman” fell into step at his elbow.
But, half-way in, he stopped, confounded by an unforeseen difficulty.
If it weren't for the confounded notion she's taken up against me, I'd like to know her.
It all comes of that confounded habit of mine of wanting to be in love.
Nowadays, when one strives to penetrate things one is confounded.
It would be a confounded thing to be blown up by a train of my own laying.
"You confounded little mischief-maker," cried the Prince in anger.
And true thou sayest: for I have indeed a confounded parcel of it.
Wentworth was so confounded with the woman's impudence that he could make no reply.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONFOUNDED
- flat out
- no catch
- no ifs ands or buts
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