Con*found"ed, a.

1.

Confused; perplexed.

A cloudy and confounded philosopher.
Cudworth.

2.

Excessive; extreme; abominable.

[Colloq.]

He was a most confounded tory.
Swift.

The tongue of that confounded woman.
Sir. W. Scott.

 

© Webster 1913.

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