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Definition of Confoundingly
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Literary usage of Confoundingly
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1. Our Mutual Friend by Charles Dickens (1908)
"An exceedingly and confoundingly perplexing jumble of a school, in fact, where black spirits and grey, ..."
2. The Christian Examiner (1857)
"... where they manufacture young preachers like they do lettuce in hot-houses," it is easy to see how " confoundingly miraculous" it must be to him " that ..."
3. The Biblical Repertory and Theological Review by Charles Hodge, Peter Walker (1831)
"Why—in eventual inability in all the machines he reigns over to do his will; an inability absolute and known confoundingly; physical and fatal in effect, ..."
4. The Methodist Review (1873)
"... enjoyed by their present successors, it is confoundingly miraculous to me that our modern preachers cannot preach better, and do more good than they do. ..."
5. Educational Problems by Granville Stanley Hall (1911)
"In this confoundingly vast and complex field, what can the pedagogue now do? Shall he go on teaching the old matter by old methods served in new attractive ..."
6. Putnam's Magazine (1910)
"... all together, the strangest of circles and the newest of experiences, in which the unforgettable and the unimaginable were confoundingly mixed. ..."