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Funny words to say - What does Discombobulated mean? Learn the meaning of Discombobulated as we define this advanced vocabulary word with a simple definition, pictures, example sentences, English pronunciation and audio.
Discombobulated pronunciation: dis-kuh m-bob-yuh-leyt ted
Discombobulated definition: in a confused or bewildered condition
Examples of Discombobulated in a sentence:
When the student looked at the difficult test, she felt discombobulated.
1. I felt discombobulated after working twelve hours a day for seven straight days.
2. The cat was discombobulated until it learned its way around the new house.
3. Because the police officer felt the woman was discombobulated, he asked her to take a sobriety test.
4. The soldier was discombobulated after been stranded in the desert for four days.
Discombobulated synonyms and other similar words for Discombobulated:
disconcerted, confused, discomposed, bewildered, perplexed, perturbed, upset, abashed, rattled, ruffled, baffled, puzzled, flustered, agitated, uneasy, disordered, embarrassed, unsettled, disturbed, nervous, befuddled, bemused, confounded, confusing, disoriented, distressed, flummoxed, in a tizzy, jittery, muddled, nonplussed, put out, shaken, shook up, unglued, addled, afflicted, all at sea, all over the place, all torn up, amazed, antsy, anxious, at a loss, at sixes and sevens, basket case, be, bedeviled, blindsided, blurred, bollixed, boozed, bothered, bugged, bummed out, chagrined, clueless, come apart, come unzipped, concerned, contrived, cut up, dazed, deranged, disarranged, discomfited, disconnected, disconsolate, discontinuous
Discombobulated antonyms and other opposite words:
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