Examples of discombobulate in a Sentence
our grandmother seems a bit discombobulated by all of this birthday fuss
Recent Examples of discombobulate from the Web
A play about a girl, her cat, and (occasionally) the Second World War, Kneehigh’s discombobulating show adapts Michael Morpurgo’s children’s book for the stage.
The view is discombobulating at first, the modern and ritzy clashing with the traditional and sacred, yet that image sums up Japan.
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Origin and Etymology of discombobulate
probably alteration of discompose
First Known Use: circa 1916See Words from the same year
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