confounding

[ kon-found, kuhn-; for 6 usually kon-found ]SEE DEFINITION OF confounding
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It seemed to me that he was confounding cause with effect; but I did not argue the point.

But to my solitary eye the spectacle was an amazing and confounding one.

This may have partly arisen from confounding it with his previous voyage in 1536.

There is no merging of one thing in another, no confounding of things that differ.

Love brought about the transformation, the effects of which are now confounding you.

There is no foundation for confounding bankruptcy and insolvency.

That is an error arising from confounding the powers of the confederation.

They all accompany him, confounding themselves with his servants.

Why would the confounding of the language make them separate?

God has not given us reason for the purpose of confounding us.

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