discombobulate [ dis-kuhm-bob-yuh-leyt ]
verb (used with object), dis·com·bob·u·lat·ed, dis·com·bob·u·lat·ing.
1. to confuse or disconcert; upset; frustrate: The speaker was completely discombobulated by the hecklers.
OTHER WORDS FROM DISCOMBOBULATE
WORDS RELATED TO DISCOMBOBULATE
confound, befuddle, disconcert, fluster, bewilder, disturb, ruffle, perplex, puzzle, upset, muddle, addle, baffle, frustrate, throw, fuddle, mix up
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Origin: 1825–35, Americanism; fanciful alteration of discompose or discomfort
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