Definition of confusability in English:

confusability

noun

  • See confusable

    • ‘However, each language has its own possibilities for orthographic confusability and variability, especially those languages lacking a standard orthography.’
    • ‘Most previous studies of the confusability of speech sounds have presented nonsense syllables in isolation, and have been limited to the confusability of consonants with other consonants or vowels with other vowels.’
    • ‘Both experiments revealed qualitatively different errors produced by speeded responding versus confusability amongst the alternatives; revision completely corrected the former, but had no effect on the latter.’
    • ‘High correlations were found between the confusability of object categories and the confusability of brain activity maps.’
    • ‘Indeed, as word length increases, so does the sum of the confusability of constituent letters.’

Pronunciation

confusability

/kənfjuːzəˈbɪlɪti/