Confuse and Instance


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Confuse verb – To throw into a state of mental uncertainty.
Instance is an antonym for confuse.
Nearby Words: confusion, confusing, conflation
Antonyms for Confuse


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Instance verb – To show or make clear by using examples.
Usage example: instanced the hero's moral courage with several examples from the novel

Confuse is an antonym for instance.
Nearby Words: instant, instability, instantly, instanced, instantiation
Antonyms for Instance
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Common collocations

series confuse series instance series
time confuse time instance time
characters confuse characters instance characters

Both words in one sentence

  • Jack the Ripoff To confuse investigators; for instance, if a suspect has been arrested and the crimes continue (thanks to Jack The Ripoff), the suspect will look innocent.
  • One Nation Under Copyright However, the term "corporation" is now used mostly to mean "business corporation", and this older usage can confuse people, though that lives on when saying a town has "incorporated" for instance.
  • Video Game / Skies of Arcadia For instance, the Rik'Talish is not immune to Stone, and Vigoro II is not immune to Confuse.
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