confusingly similar

Definition of "confusingly similar"
  1. When a newer trademark, logo, or business name closely resembles an existing one, potentially leading to public misidentification
How to use "confusingly similar" in a sentence
  1. Their restaurant name was flagged as confusingly similar to a well-known franchise, leading to legal disputes.
  2. Despite the minor changes, the logo design was deemed confusingly similar to an established trademark.
  3. They had to revise their business name as it was confusingly similar to that of an international company.

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