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discombobulate

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  • v  cause to be confused emotionally
  • v  be confusing or perplexing to; cause to be unable to think clearly

  • What a boor! His lack of success in trying to discombobulate our able President to me was elating.
  • California has learned to its dismay how an influx of war workers can discombobulate the medical care of whole towns.
  • For the past two weeks, in a guerrilla assault on Guinness, 200 young Californians assembled in Los Angeles to topple records or immortalize themselves and to discombobulate .
News & Articles

  • TUAW TV Live: Special Apple Event Episode
    This week's going to discombobulate the entire Apple blogging world, since many of our regularly scheduled events are being affected by today's Apple event . Instead of the regular time on Wednesday afternoon, TUAW TV Live has moved to Tuesday to better provide you with fresh, tasty video. Shawn "Doc Rock" Boyd and I are here to talk about today's announcements and provide our take on their ...
    Sept. 10, 2013 - The Unofficial Apple Weblog
Quotes

  • Duane Thomas in Dallas Morning News
    Sometimes I'd discombobulate people by asking questions because they already had their minds made up about me,Thomas said. "The best way to deal with that situation was to keep my mouth shut and just perform on the field, and I was still...
  • Bobby Johnson in The State
    They're enough athletes in this league that you can hang in there, make some plays here and there, maybe discombobulate somebody on offense long enough for you to stay in the game and have a chance to win it in the fourth,Vandy coach Bobby...
  • Andrew Neil in Guardian Unlimited
    Mr Neil said: "He is probably the world's most formidable deal-maker ...... He comes from leftfield when you least expect it in ways that discombobulate the opposition."

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