What is the opposite of confounded?

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Adjective
Opposite of feeling confused mentally
Adjective
Opposite of confounded with surprise or wonder
Adjective
(also used as simple past tense under some contexts) Opposite of showing bewilderment
“Everyone was enlightened as to why he had the opinions he held when they learned of his background.”
Adjective
Opposite of so surprised and confused that one is unsure how to react
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Opposite of deserving of condemnation or execration
Adjective
Opposite of feeling confused mentally
“I wanted to ask him a favor, and to do so, I had to stay calm and clearheaded.”
Adjective
(convenient) Opposite of causing bother or frustration
Adjective
(pleasant) Opposite of causing bother or frustration
Adjective
Opposite of that exasperates, infuriates, annoys or irritates
Adjective
Opposite of ill-tempered, nasty, obstinate
Adjective
(angelic) Opposite of deserving of condemnation or execration
Adjective
(holy) Opposite of deserving of condemnation or execration
Adjective
Opposite of used as an intensifier
“To them, she was only a minor nuisance, a fly buzzing around the table that would be dispatched with the swat of a rolled-up newspaper.”
Adjective
Opposite of contemptible (used as a term of abuse or for emphasis)
“Wow, thank you! You are such an awesome person!”
Adjective
Opposite of utter
Adjective
(of a person) Opposite of unable to think clearly or understand
“I am really clear on what I have to do to improve.”
Verb
Opposite of to have made something more complex
“Removing the superfluous data in this report simplified the facts.”
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Opposite of to have thrown into a state of distress marked by confusion
“Homer was initially upset at his tiny plate at the seafood buffet, but grabbing the entire steam tray buoyed him.”
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Opposite of to have mistaken something for something else
“To have successfully distinguished between Scooby Doo and Marmaduke would be considered quite an accomplishment.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to confound or perplex someone
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to demonstrate or expose to the falsehood of something
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