1 disconcert, perplex, puzzle, bewilder, mystify, baffle, bemuse, befuddle, discomfit, confound, fluster, flummox, upset, disorient, embarrass, abash, shame, dismay, Colloq rattle, throw, Chiefly US discombobulate, US and Canadian buffalo:
She was completely confused by his offer to help.
2 disorder, confound, disorganize, throw into disarray, muddle, mix up, snarl (up), ensnarl, tangle (up), entangle, botch, Colloq mess up, make a mess of, screw up, Brit make a balls-up of, US ball up:
He has done more to confuse the situation than to clear it up.
3 mix up, confound, muddle, jumble, snarl (up), ensnarl; blur:
The identities of the children were confused at birth.
appear, be, look, seem, sound | become, get | make sth
Both teams were wearing the same colours, which made things confusing.
| find sth
I find the government policy extremely confusing.
extremely, highly, hopelessly, very | a bit, a little, pretty, rather, slightly, somewhat | potentially
The new signs will be very confusing for tourists.
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