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  • This caused confusion, as the town and post office had different names.
  • In all the confusion the key to close the city gate could not be found.
  • One particular cause of confusion may have been the number of servants on both sides.
  • During this time the confusion in the allied main body had reached its height.
  • Despite this, the original names are still recognized by some authorities today, leading to confusion.
  • After some brief confusion over who actually has the letter, they find it and end up opening it.
  • Here confusion is not possible in spoken language but can occasionally occur in written language.
  • Thus the confusion over the name of the general area.
  • There is some level of confusion present in any large incident.
  • Confusion about his place of origin could have had several causes.
  • The confusion over names has been present ever since.
  • Confusion may also be caused because the college's coat of arms has a yellow/gold field.
  • The mob also shot and killed at least one white man in the confusion.
  • The two bands decided to change their names to avoid confusion.
  • The post-war confusion was a suitable opportunity for the development of an independent nation.
  • The naming of the plant itself has long been a subject of some confusion.
  • In other words, the question cannot be answered because it cannot be asked without entering into confusion.
  • It was the general opinion that using numbers instead might lead to unnecessary confusion.
  • Immediately following treatment, the most common adverse effects are confusion and memory loss.
  • However, when a post office was established by the Government, confusion over the town name arose.
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Words starting with confusion

Meaning of confusion

  • noun Disorder resulting from a failure to behave predictably
    the army retreated in confusion
  • noun A mental state characterized by a lack of clear and orderly thought and behavior
    a confusion of impressions
  • noun A feeling of embarrassment that leaves you confused
  • noun An act causing a disorderly combination of elements with identities lost and distinctions blended
    the confusion of tongues at the Tower of Babel
  • noun A mistake that results from taking one thing to be another
    he changed his name in order to avoid confusion with the notorious outlaw