Difficult to understand; not clear as lacking order, chaotic etc(adjective)
Present participle of confuse.(verb)
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Use "confusing" in a sentence
"The opposition said consumers will still find the label confusing because of the two separate rating systems, a numerical SPF rating for UVB and a four-star rating for UVA protection."
"For those who find the title confusing, Sid Meier's Civilization IV: Colonization, is not an expansion of Civilization IV."
"It decisively addresses one of the questions floating around about the beliefs of what you are calling progressive Christianity though I find the term confusing given the Progressive label used in the late 19th century - intentional?"