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Verb(1) be confusing or perplexing to; cause to be unable to think clearly(2) mistake one thing for another
(1) Do not confound it with cowardice or ill-temper.(2) But this attempt to confound nationality with race is no better than the Russian attempt to confound it with unity of religion.(3) we will confound these tactics by the pressure groups(4) But surging goatgrass and declining rainfall combined to confound the plan and spurred him to look for a new spring crop.(5) Many who have never had an opportunity of knowing any more about mathematics confound it with arithmetic, and consider it an arid science.(6) Parties and plans often confound the best intentions to live healthfully.(7) oh, confound it, where is the thing?(8) We trust that the Lord will confound all your enemies.(9) Allies are made, lost and forgotten in a heartbeat; promoters confound the plan by putting our tumultuous trio up as closing act of the night on bills that are, frankly, baffling and then doing nothing to hype the venture.(10) And perhaps they feel that by releasing some sort of statement helps raise again the fear level and confuse and confound their enemies.(11) If you're a fan of either of these artists then this release isn't going to surprise or confound you.(12) As if that weren't enough, the disc itself will confuse and confound you.(13) The movie never attempts to surprise or confound us.(14) oh confound it , where is the thing?(15) God chose to use natural disorders to confound Pharaoh and the gods of Egypt(16) Then you distort that in some way, and so confound the reader's expectation.
(1) confound it :: drysu ei
1. amaze ::
2. contradict ::
3. confuse ::
4. befuddle ::
1. difference ::
2. differentiate ::
3. discriminate ::
4. distinguish ::
5. separate ::
Different Formsconfound, confounded, confounding, confounds
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