- 1) To become un-discombobulated.
Fred was extremely discombobulated, but he was able to recombobulate by writing down some of his thoughts.2) To repair something that is broken or in some other way discombobulated
Our strategy is completely discombobulated.. it's time we recombobulate.
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recombobulate — v. To recover from a state of confusion or disorganization. recombobulation n. Example Citations: My heart was gladdened by an official looking sign in the Milwaukee airport, just beyond the Transportation Security Administration checkpoint,… … New words
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mode confusion — (MOHD kun.fyoo.zhun) n. Confusion caused by complicated digital technology, particularly when it is difficult to discern the current state or mode of a digital device. Example Citation: Alan Cooper, whose consulting firm, Cooper, in Palo Alto,… … New words
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prebuttal — (PREE.but.ul) n. A rebuttal, inserted into an argument, that refutes an anticipated counter argument; a rebuttal given in advance of another s argument. Example Citation: When congressional Democrats asked Gov. Gary Locke of Washington to deliver … New words
prevenge — (pree.VENJ) n. Revenge taken in advance of an expected harm. Example Citations: Can you tell that I m planning prevenge? Read my mind, yes, I m planning prevenge At the freak show, in the front row, mi amigo, lost in the sound. They Might Be… … New words
requel — n. A movie with the same subject matter as an earlier film, but is not a remake of that film, nor does it continue the plot line of that film. Also: re quel. v. Example Citations: Nearly every James Bond film has been requeled at least once, and… … New words