confound

Dither vs Confound - What's the difference?

dither | confound |


As nouns the difference between dither and confound

is that dither is the state of being undecided while confound is (statistics) a confounding variable.

As verbs the difference between dither and confound

is that dither is (obsolete) to tremble, shake, or shiver with cold while confound is to confuse; to mix up; to puzzle.

Bemuse vs Confound - What's the difference?

bemuse | confound |


As verbs the difference between bemuse and confound

is that bemuse is to confuse or bewilder while confound is to confuse; to mix up; to puzzle.

As a noun confound is

(statistics) a confounding variable.

Confound vs Unconfound - What's the difference?

confound | unconfound |


As verbs the difference between confound and unconfound

is that confound is to confuse; to mix up; to puzzle while unconfound is to free from a state of confusion.

As a noun confound

is (statistics) a confounding variable.

Conquer vs Confound - What's the difference?

conquer | confound | Related terms |

Conquer is a related term of confound.


As verbs the difference between conquer and confound

is that conquer is to defeat in combat; to subjugate while confound is to confuse; to mix up; to puzzle.

As a noun confound is

(statistics) a confounding variable.

Complicate vs Confound - What's the difference?

complicate | confound |


As verbs the difference between complicate and confound

is that complicate is to fold or twist together; to combine intricately; to make complex; to combine or associate so as to make intricate or difficult while confound is to confuse; to mix up; to puzzle.

As an adjective complicate

is (obsolete) intertwined.

As a noun confound is

(statistics) a confounding variable.

Overpower vs Confound - What's the difference?

overpower | confound | Related terms |

Overpower is a related term of confound.


As verbs the difference between overpower and confound

is that overpower is to subdue someone by superior force while confound is to confuse; to mix up; to puzzle.

As a noun confound is

(statistics) a confounding variable.

Entangle vs Confound - What's the difference?

entangle | confound | Related terms |

Entangle is a related term of confound.


As verbs the difference between entangle and confound

is that entangle is to tangle; to twist or interweave in such a manner as not to be easily separated; to make confused and intricate; as, to entangle yarn or the hair while confound is to confuse; to mix up; to puzzle.

As a noun confound is

(statistics) a confounding variable.

Confound vs Member - What's the difference?

confound | member |


As nouns the difference between confound and member

is that confound is (statistics) a confounding variable while member is member (person).

As a verb confound

is to confuse; to mix up; to puzzle.

Convince vs Confound - What's the difference?

convince | confound | Related terms |

Convince is a related term of confound.


As verbs the difference between convince and confound

is that convince is to make someone believe, or feel sure about something, especially by using logic, argument or evidence while confound is to confuse; to mix up; to puzzle.

As a noun confound is

(statistics) a confounding variable.

Ploy vs Confound - What's the difference?

ploy | confound |


As nouns the difference between ploy and confound

is that ploy is a tactic, strategy, or gimmick while confound is (statistics) a confounding variable.

As verbs the difference between ploy and confound

is that ploy is (military) to form a column from a line of troops on some designated subdivision while confound is to confuse; to mix up; to puzzle.

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