Synonyms of confused in English:

confused


See definition of confused

adjective

1‘children could be confused about what was going on’

SYNONYMS
bewildered, bemused, puzzled, perplexed, baffled, stumped, mystified, stupefied, nonplussed, muddled, befuddled, fuddled, dumbfounded, at sea, at a loss, at sixes and sevens, thrown, thrown off balance, taken aback, disoriented, disconcerted, discomposed, troubled, discomfited, unnerved, shaken, shaken up, dazed, stunned, astonished, astounded
informal flummoxed, bamboozled, discombobulated, clueless, fazed, floored, beaten
Canadian, Australian, New Zealand informal bushed
archaic wildered, mazed, distracted

2‘her frail and confused elderly mother’

SYNONYMS
demented, bewildered, muddled, addled, befuddled, disoriented, disorientated, at sea, all at sea, unbalanced, unhinged, senile, with Alzheimer's disease
ANTONYMS

lucid

3‘the first confused reports of the massacre’

SYNONYMS
chaotic, muddled, jumbled, unclear, untidy, disordered, disorderly, disarranged, out of order, disorganized, upset, topsy-turvy, at sixes and sevens
informal higgledy-piggledy
ANTONYMS

clear

4‘a confused recollection’

SYNONYMS
vague, unclear, indistinct, imprecise, blurred, nebulous, hazy, woolly, foggy, shadowy, dim, imperfect, sketchy, obscure, remote
ANTONYMS

precise

5‘the bones lay in a confused mass’

SYNONYMS
disorderly, disordered, disorganized, disarranged, in disarray, out of order, out of place, untidy, muddled, jumbled, in a jumble, in a mess, mixed up, chaotic, upset, haywire, upside-down, topsy-turvy, at sixes and sevens
informal higgledy-piggledy, every which way
British informal shambolic, like a dog's breakfast, like a dog's dinner
ANTONYMS

neat