Throw into confusion - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
throw into confusion
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throw someone or something into confusion
to cause people or a process to become confused, aimless, or disorderly. She made her entrance early and threw eveyone onstage into confusion. The judge's surprise ruling threw the courtroom into confusion.
References in periodicals archive
The payouts ordered by an industrial tribunal - totalling pounds 44,880 - could throw into confusion
the council's continuing efforts to reduce sickness levels within CCS.