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Meaning & Definition of Confused in English

English

Confused

/kənfjuzd/

adjective

1. Perplexed by many conflicting situations or statements

  • Filled with bewilderment
  • "Obviously bemused by his questions"
  • "Bewildered and confused"
  • "A cloudy and confounded philosopher"
  • "Just a mixed-up kid"
  • "She felt lost on the first day of school"
    synonym:
  • baffled
  • ,
  • befuddled
  • ,
  • bemused
  • ,
  • bewildered
  • ,
  • confounded
  • ,
  • confused
  • ,
  • lost
  • ,
  • mazed
  • ,
  • mixed-up
  • ,
  • at sea

2. Lacking orderly continuity

  • "A confused set of instructions"
  • "A confused dream about the end of the world"
  • "Disconnected fragments of a story"
  • "Scattered thoughts"
    synonym:
  • confused
  • ,
  • disconnected
  • ,
  • disjointed
  • ,
  • disordered
  • ,
  • garbled
  • ,
  • illogical
  • ,
  • scattered
  • ,
  • unconnected

3. Having lost your bearings

  • Confused as to time or place or personal identity
  • "I frequently find myself disoriented when i come up out of the subway"
  • "The anesthetic left her completely disoriented"
    synonym:
  • confused
  • ,
  • disoriented
  • ,
  • lost

4. Thrown into a state of disarray or confusion

  • "Troops fleeing in broken ranks"
  • "A confused mass of papers on the desk"
  • "The small disordered room"
  • "With everything so upset"
    synonym:
  • broken
  • ,
  • confused
  • ,
  • disordered
  • ,
  • upset

5. Mentally confused

  • Unable to think with clarity or act intelligently
  • "The flood of questions left her bewildered and confused"
    synonym:
  • confused

Examples of using

Sorry, I seem to have confused you.
Sorry, I seem to have confused you.
I think you're a little confused.