Definition of confusion:
ado, jam, bewilderedness, havoc, bamboozlement, tangle, mystification, mortification, interference, stir, fluster, dismay, shuffle, wateriness, cloudiness, complication, free-for-all, bomb site, entanglement, disorderedness, dither, turbulence, bungle, surprise, muddiness, bedlam, riot, quiet, whirl, heck, miscalculation, screw-up, snake pit, blunder, order, trouble, nervousness, muss, mental confusion, mare's nest, chance-medley, befuddlement, farrago, perplexing, awe, discombobulation, maze, blur, snarl, unsettling, flutter, fix, scramble, delirium, to-do, hubbub, disturbing, snafu, flurry, jumble, gaffe, error, tie-up, convulsion, hodgepodge, haze, hell, mix-up, consternation, complexity, mixed message, bafflement, muddle, oversight, racket, murkiness, shambles, excitement, fog, astonishment, discomfiture, flaw, agitation, perplexity, knot, stupefaction, intricacy, melee, admiration, embarrassment, labyrinth, calm, bewilderment, breakdown, dishevelment, untidiness, tizzy, amazement, bemusement, bustle, misorder, demoralization, botch, hurly-burly, pandemonium, shutdown, chagrin, Babel, culture shock, upsetting, misapprehension, welter, hysteria, confusedness, rumpus, wilderness, ambiguity, embarrassing, comprehension, topsy-turviness, abashment, distraction, row, disturbance, pain, disarray, disconcertment, daze, din, quandary, stew, congestion, uproar, wonder, jungle, head-scratching, fracas, tumble, sloppiness, puzzlement, ferment, snag, slip, foul-up, difficulty, squalor, dislocation.
disorder (part of speech: noun)
- illegibility (part of speech: noun)
- confused (part of speech: verb)
- indiscrimination (part of speech: noun)
- uncertainty (part of speech: noun)
- misinterpretation (part of speech: noun)
- "Fibble, D. D.", Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb.
- "Self Help", Samuel Smiles.
- "Lorimer of the Northwest", Harold Bindloss.