[ UK /kənfjˈuːsɪdli/ ]
  1. in a confused manner
    Queen Augusta wrote him an hysterical letter in which she confusedly sympathised with him
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How To Use confusedly In A Sentence

  • The islands show dimly grey amid a welter of grey water, breaking angrily in short, petulant seas, which buffet boats confusedly and put the helmsmen's skill to a high test. Priscilla's Spies
  • Recalling confusedly the torturing hurry of his late journeys, he dreaded, as his consciousness of the whole situation returned, the coming of the guards. Marius the Epicurean — Volume 2
  • She was sighing over her hastily-unfolded tube map, looking confusedly at its contents.
  • The sensory qualities of such an object are therefore no more than passing accidents, through which its essence is dimly and confusedly perceived.
  • There were women weeping around — I hung over it, and joined my sad tears to theirs — all this time no distinct idea presented itself to my mind; but my thoughts rambled to various subjects, reflecting confusedly on my misfortunes, and their cause. Chapter 23
  • And for the other part of memory, called reminiscence, which is the retrieving of a thing, at present forgot, or but confusedly remembered, by setting the mind to hunt over all its notions, and to ransack every little cell of the brain. Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. I.
  • So I made my way to the Javits Center on Friday morning, the relief-effort collection point where would-be volunteers confusedly gaggled around, trying to figure out how to be useful. Usefulness In A Crisis: My 9/11 Story | ATTACKERMAN
  • The materialist who doesn't understand this confusedly thinks of patterns made by atoms as being matter itself. Against Darwinism
  • Tishy Grendon," with all the pieces of the game on the table together and each unconfusedly and contributively placed, as triumphantly scientific. The Awkward Age
  • Many of the people of Bakassi would have, unconfusedly, become Camerounians. BAKASSI
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