confused[ kuhn-fyooz ]SEE DEFINITION OF confused
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONFUSED
He was almost surprised that he recognized it, everything was so confused.
Frederica looked so shy, so confused, when we entered the room, that I felt for her exceedingly.
After that Marian's thought was confused to the point of exasperation.
It was only later on that Winnie obtained from him a misty and confused confession.
But it was all so confused, I can recollect only some parts of it.
And the Captain proceeded to give a confused account of what had passed.
Every proposition, which is not true, is there confused and unintelligible.
The rest of the day seemed to Dilly like a confused though not an unfamiliar dream.
Confused and turbulent as Tiverton had become, Nicholas Oldfield settled her at once.
He stood like a statue, confused, his eyes down, and his colour varying.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONFUSED
- in a tizzy
- put out
- worried stiff