verb (used with object), con·fused, con·fus·ing.
Origin of confuse
Examples from the Web for confusedly
Yet those who call Mitt a “Stepford Husband” do so confusedly.American Dreams: ‘The Stepford Wives’ by Ira Levin|Nathaniel Rich|August 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Rushing into the bailey he saw the men-at-arms milling about confusedly, while women screeched.The Hour of the Dragon|Robert E. Howard
"I'll see her myself about that," she replied mischievously but confusedly, pushing me away.The Price of the Prairie|Margaret Hill McCarter
This cleared, and I stared, confusedly, across the immense breadth of the Plain of Silence.The House on the Borderland|William Hope Hodgson
"I don't think that is a question which need arise between us, Mr. Madden," murmured Theron, confusedly.The Damnation of Theron Ware|Harold Frederic
The island is divided into a great number of kingdoms, but so confusedly and ill-defined, that it were endless to enumerate them.