discombobulate


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Anyhow, if the ripped jersey caper puzzled me, something co-commentator Ian McCall said was more than enough to discombobulate me.
That approach seemed to discombobulate Penny from the outset.
Anyhow, if the ripped jersey caper puzzled me, something co-commentator Ian McColl said was more than enough to discombobulate me.
It's enough to discombobulate those Lawn Tennis Association mahatmas
Research on how human-made noise discombobulates birds has focused on how adults adjust their songs (or don't) or on what species will nest at all amid the din.
Then someone new comes in, and it discombobulates the movements for a moment, but then you settle in again and it just all works," he said.
To Be the Poet delightfully discombobulates the well-intentioned genre police by combining anecdotes, drawings, marginalia, asides on Chinese poetics, formalist commentary, and (as always) ghosts and stories.
America shops in the fall to adapt to a new season, plan for the future, and restore the balance that summer discombobulates.