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When a person with Chad-Legs walks brisky, or to runs.
After some chicken-mini's made his stomach uneasy, Chad discombobulated to the restroom.
by Big Daddy GEEEEE January 12, 2006
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1.
One of those rare and wonderful words that means exactly what it sounds like. There is no word more onomatopoeic to confusion than discombobulate.

Also, a one-word admonition to Robert for being tardy to a seventies dance party.
I'm all discombobulated.

Disco? Mm, Bob--you late.
by Lady Chevalier May 07, 2005
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2.
To confuse, puzzle, perplex, baffle, mystify, bewilder, confound.
Q: You know how it works, the boson accelerates...
A: Don't even try to discombobulate me bitch
by Coopstar December 19, 2003
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3.
Confused, messed up, not in place
I'm so discombobulated!
My brain is very discombobulated
These books are very discombobulated
by Sammi Grantham March 13, 2006
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4.
To throw into a state of confussion.
Her example threw everyone into a state of discombobulation.
by Mary March 16, 2004
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5.
A simultaneous smack to both ears.
Discombobulate. *proceeds to simultaneously smack both ears*
by Awesomely Radish June 11, 2010
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6.
To confuse the hell out of someone.
I believe I have someone to discombobulate.
by MC137 March 10, 2014
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7.
1. To arrange something so that it makes no sense.

2. To make a mistake when talking
1. I am going to discombobulate my room looking for my lost ...
by DOD21 May 26, 2008
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