1 Besides Villona's humming would confuse anybody; the noise of the car, too.
2 There was a good deal of confused talk, and then Mr. Browne got into the cab.
3 When she addressed the first words to me I was so confused that I did not know what to answer.
4 Little Chandler smiled, looked confusedly at his glass and bit his lower lip with three childishly white front teeth.
5 I did not know whether I would ever speak to her or not or, if I spoke to her, how I could tell her of my confused adoration.
6 People knew that they were courting and, when he sang about the lass that loves a sailor, she always felt pleasantly confused.
7 Three small whiskies had gone to his head and Gallaher's strong cigar had confused his mind, for he was a delicate and abstinent person.
8 Maria, remembering how confused the gentleman with the greyish moustache had made her, coloured with shame and vexation and disappointment.
9 There was a great deal of confusion and laughter and noise, the noise of orders and counter-orders, of knives and forks, of corks and glass-stoppers.
10 The confusion grew greater and the cabman was directed differently by Freddy Malins and Mr. Browne, each of whom had his head out through a window of the cab.
11 This rebuke during the sober hours of school paled much of the glory of the Wild West for me and the confused puffy face of Leo Dillon awakened one of my consciences.
12 Their gaze began with a defiant note but was confused by what seemed a deliberate swoon of the pupil into the iris, revealing for an instant a temperament of great sensibility.
13 I went to the stern and tried to decipher the legend upon it but, failing to do so, I came back and examined the foreign sailors to see had any of them green eyes for I had some confused notion.
14 He looked about him, but his sight was confused by the shining of many red and green wine-glasses The bar seemed to him to be full of people and he felt that the people were observing him curiously.
15 At the control Segouin had presented him to one of the French competitors and, in answer to his confused murmur of compliment, the swarthy face of the driver had disclosed a line of shining white teeth.
16 This address in the presence of the public, his run upstairs and the porter he had gulped down so hastily confused the man and, as he sat down at his desk to get what was required, he realised how hopeless was the task of finishing his copy of the contract before half past five.