- feeling or exhibiting an inability to understand; bewildered; perplexed
- in a disordered state; mixed up; jumbled
- lacking sufficient mental abilities for independent living, esp through old age
confused 的近义词 40 个
- at a loss
- at sea
- at sixes and sevens
- come apart
- not with it
- out to lunch
- shook up
- shot to pieces
- spaced out
- taken aback
- thrown off balance
confused 的反义词 9 个
mixed up, disordered
confused 的近义词 23 个
- in a muddle
- in disarray
- out of order
confused 的反义词 8 个
- This disjuncture — between the rapidly rising case counts and relatively relaxed social life — has left some confused, and others complacent.
- Her confidence plummeted, and she was confused about the options the district laid out for how she could finish the class.
- You become confused, wary, uncertain what to believe or how to act.
- When another doctor had tried to take her medical history the night before, Johnson was too confused to provide it.
- These imperfections—and the surrealist quality of the memes—will keep them from being confused for reality.
- Unfortunately, the most confused Ebola alarmists had millions of followers: Sean Hannity and Ann Coulter.
- I think he sometimes got it confused, particularly in his storytelling.
- He said his son was confused why he was being pulled over—other cars had been speeding by him—before hanging up the phone.
- It began when a classmate raised her hand and stated that she was confused about the facts of the case.
- “I fall very much on the pessimistic spectrum, in the sense that I get very confused about it,” she says.
- The crowd shuffled off in all directions, and then engaged in a confused struggle for the chairs.
- Results are in terms of bulk of precipitate, which must not be confused with percentage by weight.
- She now understood nearly all that was said directly to her, though she could not follow general and confused conversation.
- He gave me some instructions, but I was too confused to understand them, and too shy to ask questions.
- Irregular spurts of musketry heralded the appearance of confused masses of armed men.