Confused and Obscure

Confused

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Confused adjective – Lacking in order, neatness, and often cleanliness.
Obscure is a synonym for confused in property topic. In some cases you can use "Obscure" instead the word "Confused" as an adjective or a verb, when it comes to topics like vague, indistinct, blind.
Nearby Words: confusion, confusing, confusedly
Synonyms for Confused

Obscure

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Obscure adjective – Having an often intentionally veiled or uncertain meaning.
Confused is a synonym for obscure in unclear topic. Sometimes you can use "Confused" instead an adjective "Obscure", if it concerns topics such as blind.
Nearby Words: obscured, obscurity, obscurely, obscuring, obscuration
Synonyms for Obscure

Things that words describes

man confused man obscure man
group confused group obscure group
children confused children obscure children
characters confused characters obscure characters
Other nouns: creatures.

Both words in one sentence

  • Blood Sport Not to be confused with Bloodsport, the Jean-Claude van Damme film, though the eponymous tournament definitely is one, or the obscure Superman villain.
    Source: Blood Sport
  • Series / The Time Tunnel Kirk is quite confused as his family is from Scotland rather than France, but discovers that this man is from an obscure branch of it that left for mainland Europe.
  • Spotlight-Stealing Title A moderately obscure one: 1980s BBC Children's show Lift Off (not to be confused with the ITV show of a decade earlier) became Lift Off with Coppers & Co.
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