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- adj. Confused, embarrassed, upset.
- adj. Broken, mixed up.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of discombobulate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. confused; upset.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having self-possession upset; thrown into confusion
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Out on the road, the Juke is a strange sprite of a trucklet: diminutive, determined, loud, eager, winsome, but — given its dinky wheelbase, stiff antiroll bars, dearth of wheel travel and oddly discombobulated roll axes and center of gravity — also a trifle uncoordinated.
“Okay, I want to see exactly where we stand,” Catherine said, thinking with dour amusement that it almost seemed a loaded statement, given that everyone at the conference table looked utterly discombobulated, their weariness evident from their raccoon-ringed eyes, scrambled and beaten hair, and wrinkled clothes.
Nightfall is a work of striking juxtapositions and tones that by picture end, come off like an unforgettably disarming person -- you're charmed, discombobulated, even slightly disturbed, and you're not sure what to make of it all.
We have been discombobulated by immigration, says David Cameron.
Fitzpatrick, filling in for the injured Carson Palmer for the seventh straight game, got so discombobulated that the ball sailed out of his hand as he tried to make one throw.
Young kids are discombobulated by unfamiliar surroundings and too much sugar; grown-ups are discombobulated by overeating -- and drinking.
That's also how Weill wanted to be seen, but it didn't quite work out for him as Citi grew too large and discombobulated to be effectively managed.
It could just be aging, but I think the surgery kind of discombobulated my internal coordination a bit.
This week, we got the clue about the French Protestants of the Reformed Tradition, and the one about St Paul's Letter to the Galatians, but got hopelessly stuck on the clue that simply said "discombobulated".
The drug was "discombobulated," Bills told Finley, who was still working with Bills even though customers had complained about a batch Bills processed in April.