Confound

ConĀ·found' (kŏn*found') transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Confounded ; present participle & verbal noun Confounding .] [ French confondre , from Latin confundere , -fusum , to pour together; ...
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Confound

• (v. t.) To mingle and blend, so that different elements can not be distinguished; to confuse. • (v. t.) To destroy; to ruin; to waste. • (v. t.) To mistake for another; to identify falsely. • (v. t.) To throw into confusion or disorder; to perplex; to strike with amazement; to dismay.
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confound

confound, confounds, confounding 1. To perplex or to amaze; especially, by a sudden disturbance or surprise; to bewilder; to confuse: 'Trying to comprehend the complicated directions for operating his new TV confounded him too much.' 2. To throw into confusion or disorder: 'The new tax system confounded the people.' 3. To throw into increased confu...
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confound

be confusing or perplexing to
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confound

mistake one thing for another
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