|confused||addlepated; addlebrained; addleheaded|
|(also spelled spacey) confused, disoriented; spaced-out, bewildered (as from drug-use)||spacy|
|, confused, fog, haze; stain; dirt, fuzzy or indistinct image, make foggy, make vague; make dim; dirty, soil, make or become fuzzy, make or become vague, smear or smeared area||blur|
|a reelful, dance music, dance reel, feel giddy or confused, move unsteadily, revolving storage device, roll up, wind onto a spool; sway, falter, Scottish dance, section of motion-picture film, cylinder around which long flexible material is wound (such...||reel|
|ability to be confused, ability to be bewildered, ability to be perplexed||confusability|
|act in a confused way, gross error, stupid mistake, make a serious mistake, make a stupid mistake; move back and forth in a clumsy manner, move blindly, grope, move clumsily, speak in clumsy manner||blunder|
|act of ejecting bits of food or water from the mouth accompanied by explosive sounds; confused and incoherent speech, eject bits of food or water from the mouth while making explosive sounds; make popping or exploding sounds, make popping sound, noise ...||sputter|
|agitated; confused; excited||flurried|
|amok, frenzy; act of running about in a frenzy, crazed, frenzied; confused, disorderly (also amok), in a crazed or frenzied manner; confusedly, in a disorderly fashion (also amok)||amuck|
|amuck, confusedly, crazed, frenzied; confused, disorderly (also amuck), in a crazed or frenzied manner; confusedly, in a disorderly fashion (also amuck), insanity, madness; frenzied murderous state, out of control||amok|
|angry, annoyed; troubled, confused and concerned, debated, irritated||vexed|
|anxious, preoccupied, preoccupied; confused and agitated||distracted|
|bad situation caused by incompetence, cause disorder, muddle, cause chaos, chaotic, disordered, confused (Slang)||snafu|
|badly organized, confused||mixed-up|
|baffled; puzzled, at a loss; confused; complicated, overly complicated or intricate||perplexed|
|be completely immersed in something, confused condition, confused mass, confusion, turmoil; chaos, disorder; wallowing, rolling around in; welterweight, lie drenched with liquid, surge or roll in water, surging motion of water, wallow in something, be ...||welter|
|beat and cook eggs, clamber, climb over rough terrain, clamber; struggle for possession; disorderly or chaotic proceeding, compete frantically, confused mass, dash or struggle, encode transmitted signals, hard climb, hurry, jumble things together, laun...||scramble|
|become twisted, catch and hold something, cause to become intertwined in a confused mass; cause to become involved in a confusing or complicated situation, entangle; become twisted and tangled; fight (Informal), come into conflict, difficulty, disorder...||tangle|
|befuddle, muddle, confuse; become confused; spoil, become rotten; make rotten||addle|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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