Definitions of "confusion"
  1. The process of combining two distinct property-related interests or rights into a singular one
  2. An event where an obligation ends because the individual who was bound by that obligation acquires the right triggering that obligation
  3. When different goods or commodities are mixed or blended to the point where the original owners cannot identify or separate their individual property
How to use "confusion" in a sentence
  1. After their marriage, all of their assets underwent confusion and became joint property.
  2. The bank's debt was cleared by confusion once the bank became the owner of the collateral.
  3. During processing, all the harvested crops experienced confusion, making it impossible to determine individual farmer’s contributions.

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