discombobulated


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discombobulated

1. Perplexed or confused. I tried to do well in this class, but I've been discombobulated since we started.
2. Drunk. Do you remember last night at all? You were really discombobulated!
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discombobulated

and discomboobulated (dɪskəmˈbɑbjəledəd and dɪskəmˈbubjəledəd)
1. mod. confused. I get completely discombobulated when I think of figures that big.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. From the way she is walking, I’d say she is discombobulated.
See also: discombobulate
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After taking some kind of cocktail of alcohol and drugs he became so discombobulated that he entered this close thinking he was returning home.
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- He's totally easy to get off stride, discombobulated."
So, if you're feeling a little discombobulated or you're feeling slightly out of control, try these two things: don't fall prey to unreasonable expectations (perfection) and organize your day by writing down what you need to accomplish.
Sixty years later, a librarian spots the discombobulated Leo Szilard, Robert Oppenheimer, and Enrico Fermi near her home in Santa Fe.
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"Get him completely discombobulated so he would be easy pickings."
She's played by Mary-Louise Parker, who possesses, in her dry comic repertoire, some of the best discombobulated reaction shots in the business.
Kerry wouldn't be discombobulated by a jaunt in his Tardis as she often doesn't seem to know what time or place she's in anyway.
But most of God's creatures don't seem any more discombobulated at one season than they do at another - with the obvious exception of the opening of hunting season for their particular species.
The foreign minister of France threw more criticism on the heap of negative critiques he has made of the Islamic Republic since its June 12 election, this time saying President Ahmadi-nejad and his government are discombobulated.
This left the press completely discombobulated and upset.
At first glance, her discombobulated blending of references suggests that the joke is on us.