confuse


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mix up with

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obscure

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to cause (a person) to be self-consciously distressed

to take (one thing) mistakenly for another

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Cardinal Lustiger of Paris appealed to the state not to confuse the status of religion with the maintenance of public order.
We can only hope that this will shed more light on the subject and not serve to confuse us even further.
Let's use the time to experiment more and confuse people--so they can't grab us and can't get us.
Some items as noted in the transcription may confuse intermediate flutists.
In spite of long and sustained tactics to keep the women silent or least confuse them, the movement failed.
The common-law approach of the civilized world has protected names of businesses and their trademarks as their intellectual property, backed by a simple principle: "Your business name will not be allowed to be confused with someone else's business name, and you must be protected from somebody else trying to confuse your business name with his.
In addition, the Board believes that there are a few disclosure requirements in the bills that may confuse consumers shopping for deposit accounts.
Organizational leaders don't get up in the morning itching to confuse people.
That provided the pretense of a fig leaf to cover the graft and confuse the morality of it all.
Metrolink operates push-pull train sets, which can confuse people - because the engine is believed to always pull the train).
Furthermore, the four letter identifier has caused some investors to confuse the security with preferred stock.