confuse[ kuhn-fyooz ]SEE DEFINITION OF confuse
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONFUSE
If he meant to confuse her, he failed—for she only smiled and said to herself: "They're hazel."
None can confuse her identity for a moment with that of any other monument of a dead religion.
You confuse me, and how can I transact business if I am confused?
But in his mood of revolt it suited him to confuse the names and the symbols.
We do not confuse the parts of speech with the categories of Logic.
To confuse the divine and human, or hastily apply one to the other, is a 'tremendous error.'
Walhall did not confuse her, for now she caught clues to the meaning of the mighty epic.
I think they took me in a round-about way purposely, to confuse me.
I exclaimed, in ignorance; "such a number would only confuse me."
But they, too, seemed to confuse art and business with foolishness.