from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To cause to think clearly again; to reorient; to put back into working order.
- v. To (come to) think clearly again; to reorient oneself; to get (oneself) back into working order.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Consider three ways to recombobulate to better deal with the known uncertainties of today's business times and re-spark your creative edge while you're at it.
I'm going to clean the house and work on my quilt and think about packing and get groceries and generally recombobulate.
But, I'm planning to completely recombobulate I know that's probably not a real word) this here blog using their layouts because a) It's ugly.