dis·com·fit [dis-kuhm-fit] (previously 04-04-13)
verb (used with object)
1. to confuse and deject; disconcert: to be discomfited by a question.
2. to frustrate the plans of; thwart; foil.
3. Archaic. to defeat utterly; rout: The army was discomfited in every battle.
4. Archaic. rout; defeat.
Can be confused: discomfort.
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1. discompose, embarrass, disturb.
Origin: 1175–1225; Middle English < Anglo-French descunfit, Old French desconfit, past participle of desconfire, equivalent to des- dis- + confire to make, accomplish < Latin conficere; see confect
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