An embarrassing feeling that leaves a person confused.(noun)
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Use "discombobulation" in a sentence
"And a certain discombobulation might explain why Kelner devoted his entire column in the Indy's sister paper today critiquing the performance of the Today programme's Justin Webb, broadcasting from Salford – when the presenter dispatched from London with some fanfare was in fact the other Today young 'un, Evan Davis."
"As though adhering to a motif of discombobulation, the group, banging on pipes, played a video titled "Sir Ken Robinson as remixed by the Blue Man Group.""
"Then, because I know the next person is waiting for me to collect all my stuff, there's this immense sense of discombobulation on the other wide of the x-ray machine."