Confusion

  • (noun): A feeling of embarrassment that leaves you confused.
    Synonyms: discombobulation
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on confusion:

Sakura (Hanagasumi)
... Both "Sakura ~ Hanagasumi" and "Confusion" were used on TV-CM's ... Hanagasumi" was used for a camera CM and "Confusion" was used for a Kanebo KATE CM, in which the make-up product was also called "Confusion." ...
Sundowning (dementia)
... psychological phenomenon associated with increased confusion and restlessness in patients with some form of dementia ... dementia, the term "sundowning" was coined due to the timing of the patient's confusion ... Alzheimer's patients will experience some sort of sundowning confusion ...
Mark Eshbaugh - Music - Discography (partial List)
... RMR 2008) The Destitutes - Get Some (RMR 2006 - recorded 1997) State of Confusion - Incompatible (RMR 1993) State of Confusion - Just When You Thought ...

More definitions of "confusion":

  • (noun): Disorder resulting from a failure to behave predictably.
    Example: "The army retreated in confusion"
  • (noun): An act causing a disorderly combination of elements with identities lost and distinctions blended.
    Example: "The confusion of tongues at the Tower of Babel"
  • (noun): A mistake that results from taking one thing to be another.
    Example: "He changed his name in order to avoid confusion with the notorious outlaw"
    Synonyms: mix-up

Famous quotes containing the word confusion:

    [Allegory] should ... be very sparingly practised, lest, whilst the writer plays with his own fancies and diverts himself by cutting the air with his wide spread wings, he should soar out of view of his readers, leaving them in confusion and perplexity to explore his viewless track.
    Sarah Fielding (1710–1768)

    When heaven and earth were in confusion hurl’d
    For the debated empire of the world,
    Which awed with dreadful expectation lay,
    Soon to be slaves, uncertain who should sway:
    Lucretius (Titus Lucretius Carus)

    Behind her was confusion in the room,
    Of chairs turned upside down to sit like people
    In other chairs, and something, come to look,
    For every room a house has parlor, bedroom,
    And dining room thrown pell-mell in the kitchen.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)