Confuses [verb]

Definition of Confuses:

bewilder someone

Opposite/Antonyms of Confuses:

Sentence/Example of Confuses:

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.

However obscure he may be in other points, he never confuses time and place or dramatic situation.

Otherwise he tries so hard to begin according to request that, unable to go his own way, he confuses everything.

At all events, his map and journal should agree, but they do not, which confuses things badly.

He confuses the production of wealth on a great scale with the acquisition of wealth when produced.

It is probably this act of calling the end to mind which the realist confuses with knowledge, and therefore terms apprehension.