Damage could work either way--assailants could theoretically discombobulate
the automated control system running supply lines to cause physical damage by letting product run loose --or they could cause physical damage to the pipelines so operators lose control of the control system.
LISTENING to the Wimbledon commentators can discombobulate
the old brainbox as much as watching Andy Murray.
I feel the same about words at risk of fading into extinction - pixelate, twattling, discombobulate
- words which I then try to shoehorn into prose regularly.
She somehow survives in the hierarchical world of the police, helped by her unique thought processes that both discombobulate
her colleagues and superiors and keep her in a job because she invariably sets them on the right trail.
See what I mean, Women's quarter-finals day is enough to discombobulate
The latest pitcher to frustrate, discombobulate
and more or less humiliate the punchless Dodgers was none other than Byung-Hyun Kim, the lightly regarded Rockies right-hander who came in with a 3-10 record and 5.
In Mark Hughes, 1996, the weird double exposures of a tan, musclebound, white thong-bulging creature juxtapose his ghostly head near his package; they at once celebrate and discombobulate
what are thought to be identifiable, even quantifiable, structures--masculinity, stardom, success.
3m last year - discombobulate
means to "throw into confusion".
I'll bet you didn't know that and here's something else to discombobulate
your brain box - Randy Gay