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discombobulates

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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of discombobulate.

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  • It also demoralises (in every sense), demotivates and discombobulates non-Muslim Brits so that they are quite unable to grasp that they are under attack from religious fanaticism; instead they turn on their own side (America, Israel) and create a climate of anti-war defeatism and appeasement.

    It's the thirties all over again

  • "It also demoralises (in every sense), demotivates and discombobulates non-Muslim Brits so that they are quite unable to grasp that they are under attack from religious fanaticism".

    Giving evidence to the Chilcot inquiry, Tony Blair said: “I...

  • Coming to something through the secondary senses first discombobulates, then introduces a feeling of novelty to the ordinary.

    INSIDE OF A DOG

  • Most sixteen years old, a few older, even eighteen, the dopier ones, the discombobulates, left back at some point in the long alpine march to knowledge.

    Underworld

  • The snow just takes over and there's not a damn thing you can do about it until one of your limbs discombobulates.

    How it ended

  • And every time they see poll numbers like the CNN numbers that show that Palin is, in every important indices, at parity with Biden, or even in some cases better -- in most cases -- it discombobulates them further.

    CNN Transcript Sep 9, 2008

  • The idea that the whole episode was staged; that Mohammed was not really Mohammed Al-Dura, was not cowering from Israeli bullets and was not shot naturally discombobulates too many people.

    It ain't over till it's over

  • To resolve this problem before it discombobulates transatlantic e-mail and drives the editors of the International Herald Tribune to distraction, a nongovernmental organization that calls itself ISO has put forward a recommendation.

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • Escher, which makes the ball's shape appear to undulate as it rolls along - another touch that subliminally discombobulates the viewer.

    The Guardian World News

  • Weaver stands on the far right side of the rubber, strides almost toward the on-deck circle, and uses a three-quarter, cross-body release that discombobulates hitters from both sides of the plate.

    SI.com

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  • If the human ear is conditioned to find music with tonal moorings satisfying, if we are “embedded in a tonal universe,�? as Leonard Bernstein once put it, then 12-tone music discombobulates those aural expectations and shakes up the universe.

    February 11, 2009