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1. We tried to confuse the enemy.
2. I often confuse you and your brother.
3. People tend to confuse bad decisions with bad luck.
4. Don't confuse the issue.
5. I always confuse the sisters: they look so alike.
6. His comments only served to confuse the issue further.
7. Be careful not to confuse quantity with quality.
8. Don't confuse Austria and/with Australia.
9. I sometimes confuse Jane with her sister.
10. This is an attempt to confuse form and substance.
11. People often confuse me and my twin sister.
12. People might well confuse the two products.
13. You can easily confuse the two paintings.
14. The artist plays with perspective to confuse the eye.
15. Don't confuse the voters. Keep to the message.
16. I always confuse you with your sister - you look so alike.
17. I can't see how anyone could confuse you with another!
18. I think it's a serious mistake to confuse books with life.
19. The player broke back in order to confuse the opposing players.
20. To further confuse the issue, there is an enormous variation in the amount of sleep people feel happy with.
21. This argument should not be allowed to confuse the issue.
22. Their proposal was only a device to confuse the opposition.
23. It's easy to confuse his films, because he tends to use the same actors.
24. Don't confuse me with technicalities——all I need to know is how to turn the machine on and off.
25. Sometimes I think we confuse rigidity with rigor.Sentencedict.com
26. You should not confuse your career with your life. Dave Barry
27. To pretend otherwise is to confuse the constitutional position.
28. It seems you confuse Third World countries.
29. This will only serve to confuse the issue.
30. I hope my explanation didn't confuse everybody.
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