- Totally oblivious to the present due to severe confusement from any source.
After babysitting five children who were anything but angels, the woman discovered her house was on fire, lost her purse, and credit card, causing her to become utterly discombobulated when a typical thought process was required.
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discombobulated — adj. confused; upset; as, the hecklers pelted the discombobulated speaker with anything that came to hand. Syn: discomfited, discomfitted, disconcerted. [WordNet 1.5] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
discombobulated — 1834 (as discombobracated); see DISCOMBOBULATE (Cf. discombobulate) … Etymology dictionary
discombobulated — AND discomboobulated [diskam”babjaledad AND diskam ”bubjaledad] 1. mod. confused. □ I get completely discombobulated when I think of figures that big. □ I’m so discomboob ulated these days! □ She is one discombobulated gal. 2. mod … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
discombobulated — adjective a) confused, embarrassed, upset After months of preparation for a new sign ordinance, the Planning Commission appeared discombobulated over the idea of adopting the new regulations when confronted by a few members of the public. b)… … Wiktionary
discombobulated — adj confused, discomfited or distracted. An invented pseudo Latinate word, nor mally heard in the adjectival form. It dates from the 19th century when such portmanteau words were popular. I ve been feeling discombobulated since we got back … Contemporary slang
discombobulated — disturbed, bothered, upset When my dog hears a train whistle, he becomes discombobulated. He barks and howls … English idioms
discombobulated — adjective having self possession upset; thrown into confusion the hecklers pelted the discombobulated speaker with anything that came to hand looked at each other dumbly, quite disconcerted G.B.Shaw • Syn: ↑disconcerted • Similar to: ↑discomposed … Useful english dictionary
discombobulated — dis|com|bob|u|lat|ed [ˌdıskəmˈbɔbjuleıtıd US ˈba:b ] adj [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: Probably from discompose or discomfit] completely confused used humorously … Dictionary of contemporary English
discombobulated — disÂ·comÂ·bobÂ·uÂ·late || â€šdÉªskÉ™m bÉ’bjÊŠleÉªt v. mess up, confuse, disconcert … English contemporary dictionary
discombobulated — See: discombobulate … English dictionary