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Definition of Confounding

Confounding

  1. of Confound

Confounding Quotations

There is nothing nobler or more admirable than when two people who see eye to eye keep house as man and wife, confounding their enemies and delighting their friends.
Homer

Confounding people's expectations was a way to maintain integrity.
Lindsey Buckingham

While I love to read contemporary fiction, I'm not drawn to writing it. Perhaps it's because the former journalist in me is too inhibited by the press of reality; when I think about writing of my own time I always think about nonfiction narratives. Or perhaps it's just that I find the present too confounding.
Geraldine Brooks

The confounding Political Economy with the Sciences and Arts to which it is subservient, has been one of the principal obstacles to its improvement.
Nassau William Senior

The most confounding thing of all is that we still haven't identified the cause of 20% to 30% of adult common colds.
Anthony Fauci
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Confounding Translations

confounding in French is confondant
confounding in German is verwechselnd
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