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cōn-fundō fūdī, fūsus, ere,

to pour together, mingle, mix, blend: ius confusum sectis herbis, H.: (venenum) in poculo confusum: Cumque tuis lacrimis nostras, O.: (Alpheus) Siculis confunditur undis, mingles, V.—To pour out: cruor in fossam confusus, H.—Fig., to mingle, unite, join, combine, blend: vera cum falsis: vis toto confusa mundo: res p. ex tribus generibus confusa: duo populi in unum confusi, L.: Diversum confusa genus panthera camelo, i. e. the giraffe, H.: Rusticus urbano confusus, H.—Poet.: proelia cum Marte, H.—To confound, confuse, jumble together, disorder: signa et ordines peditum atque equitum, L.: foedus, to violate, V.: Imperium, promissa, preces in unum, mingles together, O.: fasque nefasque, O.: mare caelo, Iu.: ora fractis in ossibus, i. e. make undistinguishable, O.: voltum Lunae, to obscure, O.—To disturb, disconcert, confound, perplex: confusa memoria, L.: Rutulum, Iu.—To diffuse, suffuse, spread over: cibus in venam confunditur, diffuses itself: aliquid in totam orationem.

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