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Discombobulate   Listen
discombobulate  v.  To cause to be confused; confuse emotionally.
Synonyms: confuse, flurry, consternate, disconcert, put off, bewilder, bemuse, throw.

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"Discombobulate" Quotes from Famous Books

... ex-Emperor, with a grin; "but we can stop it in a minute. Artemas Ward told me once how a camp-meeting he attended in the West broke up to go outside and see a dog-fight. Can't you and I pretend to quarrel? A personal assault by you on me will wake these people up and discombobulate Goldsmith. Say the ...
— A House-Boat on the Styx • John Kendrick Bangs

Words linked to "Discombobulate" :   perplex, bewilder, demoralize, baffle, untune, beat, bemuse, confound, upset, dumbfound, get, confuse, befuddle, puzzle, fuddle, be, flummox, disorientate, vex, disconcert, bedevil, disorient, discompose, flurry, put off, fox, stupefy, throw

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