Third-person singular simple present indicative form of confuse.(verb)
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Use "confuses" in a sentence
"The phrase confuses many English speakers, since it uses the same word, “evil,” to refer both to natural catastrophes and to humanly generated evil, moral evil."
"If the title confuses you, here's the plot of this broad comedy: Kevin James plays a mall cop named Paul Blart."
"As per Montagne's discussion of inflation (3), note that the term confuses increases in the money supply (monetary inflation) with a general increase in prices (price inflation) and that a monetary system subject to interest makes both necessary."