unconfuse

verb
un·con·fuse | \ ˌən-kən-ˈfyüz \
unconfused; unconfusing

Definition of unconfuse 

transitive verb

: to make (someone or something) less confused : to remove or reverse the confusion of (someone or something) I, too, have been a newspaper writer for more than 40 years, but I fear I sometimes confuse the reader with my stringing of the words more than I unconfuse him. —G. Sam Piatt I want to try to unconfuse a confusing issue … —Larry King

First Known Use of unconfuse

1879, in the meaning defined above

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