- confuse ► VERB 1) make bewildered or perplexed. 2) make less easy to understand. 3) mistake (one for another).DERIVATIVES confusable adjective.ORIGIN from Latin confusus, from confundere 'mix up' .
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Confusable — Con*fus a*ble, a. Capable of being confused. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
confusable — See confuse. * * * … Universalium
confusable — adjective Able to be confused … Wiktionary
confusable — adj. can be confused, can be bewildered, can be perplexed … English contemporary dictionary
confusable — [kən fju:zəb(ə)l] adjective able or liable to be confused with something else. noun a word or phrase that is easily confused with another. Derivatives confusability noun … English new terms dictionary
confusable — con·fus·able … English syllables
confusable — adj. that is able or liable to be confused. Derivatives: confusability n … Useful english dictionary
confusable words — 1. Words are most often confused because they are alike in form (or spelling) and in some aspect of meaning, as with fortunate and fortuitous, or prevaricate and procrastinate. Some sets are confused simply in spelling, although the meanings and… … Modern English usage
confuse — confusable, adj. confusability, n. confusably, adv. confusedly /keuhn fyooh zid lee, fyoohzd /, adv. confusedness, n. /keuhn fyoohz /, v.t., confused, confusing. 1. to pe … Universalium
mistakable — adjective so similar as to be easily identified for another thing potentially confusable senses of words easily mistakable signals • Syn: ↑confusable • Similar to: ↑similar … Useful english dictionary