mixed-up

[mikst-uhp]
adjective
completely confused or emotionally unstable: a mixed-up teenager.

Origin:
1860–65

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mixed-up
 
adj
in a state of mental confusion; perplexed

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Example sentences
And to think it all started with a gentle mouse, a bad-tempered duck and seven mixed-up dwarfs.
All that is completely mixed-up, because science does not proceed phenomenon by phenomenon.
Recall the poor mixed-up fly with legs where its antennae should be.
Note the distinct difference between the dense surface layer on the left and the mixed-up layer on the right.
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