People often confuse the animals with flying squirrels or a giant fruit bat called kluang in Malay.
Research has shown that election forecasts that show the probability of a candidate winning increase certainty about an election’s outcome, confuse many voters, and decrease turnout.
Before resting, they jump away from their tracks to confuse predators.
This is meant to confuse the quarterback, but on the first play, Ryan wasn’t in the right spot and it led to a 32-yard completion to Cam Sims.
So we don't want to confuse people with different numbers, but it is more than 90 and I believe will remain more than 90.
Yet those who call Mitt a “Stepford Husband” do so confusedly.
The president smiled confusedly, then mumbled “I agree” before the man was escorted out of the building.
"No, seor—I have no brother: that caballero, he is only a——a friend of my father's," she answered confusedly.
Confusedly, the young man in the library had made her feel for the first time what might be the sweetness of dependence.
All her old resentments and rebellions flamed up, confusedly mingled with the yearning roused by Harney's nearness.
Two dark blue eyes stared confusedly at the letter—at her own handwriting.
Such exclamations from the stalls confusedly rose among many others.
On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to confusedly, such as: helter-skelter, and pell-mell.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.