Examples of discombobulate in a Sentence
our grandmother seems a bit discombobulated by all of this birthday fuss
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Playing without their two injured leading scorers, Aaron Gordon and Evan Fournier, the Magic were discombobulated all game long.
The pre-credits sequence discombobulates viewers by opening with two entirely unfamiliar characters, who genially chat before heading out on an errand that jarringly shifts mood.
A few hours later, Harmon walked into a nearby church bloodied, bruised and discombobulated, wearing nothing but her underwear.
Arizona State became discombobulated for a stretch in the first half, but wore the Aggies down to pull away.
Friday was an admittedly discombobulating day for Donald Trump, the leader of the free world for the past 315 often hair-raising days.
The intent of the fake was to catch Texas A&M off guard, but the Aggies were already discombobulated by a series of breakdowns that had allowed UCLA back into the game.
Carolina will create a tough enough environment at Bank of America Stadium to discombobulate an offense that is already struggling to be cohesive.
This has been, understandably, discombobulating for anyone caught up in the maelstrom.
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blow one's mind, go to one's head;
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