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CONFUSION

Ritchie, A.D. If you are in the very thickest fog you are not confused because you see nothing to confuse you. But as the fog gradually disperses you catch sight indistinctly of a bit of something here and another bit of something there; you are not quite sure what each is or how it fits in with the rest. Then you are confused until it is clear enough to see everything.