verb (used with object), dis·com·bob·u·lat·ed, dis·com·bob·u·lat·ing.
THINK YOU’VE GOT A HANDLE ON THIS US STATE NICKNAME QUIZ?
OTHER WORDS FROM discombobulatedis·com·bob·u·la·tion, noun
Example sentences from the Web for discombobulate
At age 33, Didion was astonishingly clear-eyed about the discombobulated culture going on around her.
You can hardly blame American foreign-policy conservatives for feeling a little discombobulated.
You can hardly blame American foreign policy-conservatives for feeling a little discombobulated.
And it reminds us how he feels: discombobulated, out of sorts, distorted.