I am a priest, but I love courage and the unconfused mind which accompanies it.
A few of the most common forms are represented, unconfused by exterior mouldings, in Fig.
All the elements of the picture are simple, human, natural, standing in as unconfused relations as any events in common life.
They answer my queries in unconfused French, speaking both this and their patois, and even ask respectful questions in turn.
Unconfused, un-kon-fūzd′, adj. not confused, free from confusion.
But, in the reality of nature, very few objects are seen in this accurately lateral manner, or lighted by unconfused direct rays.