Sentence Examples

  • Many authors confound the year of Rome with the civil year, supposing them both to begin on the 1st of January.
  • "Confound him, he's a fool!" said Rostov.
  • I'm guessing I confound you the same way you do me.
  • The belief that he had not really died, but would return again to confound his foes, was long prevalent, not only in the remoter provinces, but even in Rome itself; and more than one pretender was able to collect a following by assuming the name of the last of the race of Augustus.
  • The Christian Fathers seem to confound them with the Samaritans, and the confusion is natural enough.