1. Confusion and frustration. 2. A heated situation amongst well meaning people due to a breakdown in communication. 3. A breakout of fury from cultural animosities leading to war. 4. An accident by a senile person.
1. Talks at the UN often lead to confustion. 2. He loved his wife but she confusted him all to much when talking politics. 3. The teacher was great because he was patient with even the the most confusted students.
by Anthony .A. Hedayat January 11, 2005
Get the confustion mug.
Discussion of a confusing nature leading to general misinterpretation and seemingly random comments.
Fiona: Did get phished?
Pete: CLAMS!
Fiona: It seems I may have caused some confustion.
by House Of Fu August 27, 2008
Get the confustion mug.
in the state of being confused and frustrated.
pedro is confusted bc he doesn't know if his real name is jose or pedro.
by confustedemployee July 20, 2011
Get the confusted mug.
kən-ˈfyüz-stə-ˌkāt

Definition: This word is the coalescing of the English words "confuse" and "complicate".

It refers to anything of, or relating to the process of being both confused and complicated.

Facebook can be a confusticating website for those who are not so technologically adept.

As teachers and lecturers, we must understand the value of learning to listen beyond the question that is being asked. If we do not, then our answers may serve to confusticate the questioner rather than solve the issue at hand.
by Fucha February 6, 2009
Get the Confusticate mug.
The combination of being confused and frustrated.
I am feeling very confusticated.
by Pooky Nubs September 7, 2006
Get the confusticated mug.
1)Confusticate - To make someone confused and frustrated
2)Confusticated - To be confused and frustrated
3)Confusticating - When someone or something is making you confused and frustrated
Pinocchio said "Hey Geppetto want to here something that will confusticate you the rest of your life?" Geppetto replied "Sure." Pinocchio said "My nose will grow now!"
by Trio556 June 13, 2012
Get the Confusticate mug.