unconfused

ADJECTIVE
  1. not perplexed by conflicting situations or statements
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How To Use unconfused In A Sentence

  • Miriam brushed off her tears, quickly but unconfusedly. The Tragic Muse
  • There is here neither Monophysitism nor Nestorianism, but an unconfused and undivided union of the church with the world.
  • His methods of consolation, his pulling of himself together -- it was all extremely commonplace, but then he was an essentially commonplace man, and saw things unconfusedly, one at a time, with no entanglement of motives or complicated searching for origins. The Wooden Horse
  • The young man, in other words, unconfusedly smiled -- though indeed as if assenting, from principle and habit, to more than he understood. The Golden Bowl — Volume 1
  • Many of the people of Bakassi would have, unconfusedly, become Camerounians. BAKASSI
  • 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
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