What is the opposite of confused?

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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
(of a person) Opposite of unable to think clearly
“It was hard to take him seriously, but he was clearly lucid when he made his outrageous claims.”
Adjective
(of a person) Opposite of lacking clarity or precision
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“The defense had trouble refuting the clear testimony of the prosecution's star witness.”
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Opposite of lacking order
“The documents were meticulously presented in an organized manner.”
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Opposite of confounded with surprise or wonder
Adjective
Opposite of showing or expressing confusion or bewilderment
“Bourne couldn't explain why, but he was unusually and acutely aware of everything happening around him.”
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Opposite of deeply hurt, saddened, or worried
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Opposite of having lost one's direction
Adjective
Opposite of complex or complicated in nature
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Opposite of full of life, spirit, energy, or movement
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Opposite of diverse in character or content
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Opposite of consisting of a variety of ingredients or parts
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Opposite of without care or making distinctions
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Opposite of erratic or out of control
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Opposite of lacking a coherent sequence or connection
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Opposite of confused or disorientated, especially with regards to one's purpose
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Opposite of confused or perplexed
“With his reputation as an enlightened, well-informed senior High Court judge, Lord Bonomy is unafraid to take on the government of the day.”
Adjective
Opposite of mistaken, faulty, or in error
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Opposite of made up of small parts that seem unrelated
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Opposite of in the form of a cloud or haze
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Opposite of feeling worried and uneasy
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Opposite of losing one's mental faculties, typically due to old age
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 mistaken something for something else
“To have successfully distinguished between Scooby Doo and Marmaduke would be considered quite an accomplishment.”
Verb
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.”
Verb
Opposite of to have thrown into disorder
“Our documents were in a mess and we arranged them to restore some organization into our filing system.”
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