- v. present participle of discombobulate.
“That's how kind of discombobulating this whole thing was in American history.”
“It was kind of discombobulating" when Ritter chose Bennet, who has not held elective office,”
“It was kind of discombobulating when Microsoft began downplaying them.”
“Travel can be so discombobulating and disruptive, yet some road warriors spend half their lives on planes, sometimes just to collect miles and attain elite frequent flyer status.”
“In this delightful yet discombobulating account of reading in the digital age, Alan Jacobs multi-tasks.”
“Perhaps we see Cotto's left offshoot discombobulating Manny, as well as doing something which no one's done in ten yearsstop Pacquiao.”
“It's more than just the travel experience that leads to the need for a recombobulation space to recover from discombobulating occurrences.”
“More than that, it's discombobulating to be on the road for that long.”
““Life gets discombobulating,” the attendant said, calmly.”
“And at the end of a week when Victoria Pendleton has spoken of the discombobulating effects of next year's Olympics, the way London 2012 has made every intervening event appear mundane, Tweddle's enthusiasm for competition seems chasteningly undimmed.”
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