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Time and again, the author confuses chattering class dissatisfaction with an honest assessment of accomplishment.

Columbus, while opening the door for Spain, was from Genoa, so celebrating him confuses this part of U.S. history.

The music video of the single, however, is again an indication that Thicke confuses creepy for charming.

When you have 10 different state laws and 55 different local and county laws, it just confuses the issue.

This is the sort of delusion that sets in when a despot confuses himself with the state after too long in power.

Tyrwhitt confuses the matter by quoting Lye, who mixed up this word with tombestere, a female tumbler; for which see Cant.

For the mendacious history confuses two entirely distinct persons—Eugenius and Eirenæus Philalethes.

(This fact alone is sufficient to refute the opinion that confuses time with that which is movable).

He is occasionally represented as seated on a cubic stone, which, however, confuses some of the issues.

If he look more closely, he will find a subtitle, “An Old Story,” but this confuses him still more.


On this page you'll find 118 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to confuses, such as: unsettle, perturb, puzzle, disconcert, confound, and mortify.

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