1.) To make unclear or indistinct; syn: confused, jumbled, baffle, faze. The punishing rumors and fuming charges tended to confuzzle the argument.
Origin: circa 2012. Modern English. American English. Blend of confused and fuzz. < back formation from confused (since early 19th century), Middle English confused < Anglo-French confus (with -ed -ed2 maintaining participial sense) < Latin confūsus, past participle of confundere; see confound. Origin Fuzz 1595–1605; compare Dutch voos spongy, woolly. Source: Dictionary.com.