Word of the week

Our word of the week is.....

“Discombobulate ”

disconcert or confuse someone.

Previous words of the week

  • “Propitious”
    giving or indicating a good chance of success; favourable
  • “Resilience”
    the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness
  • “Humanity”
    the quality of being humane; benevolence. "he praised them for their standards of humanity and care"
  • “Vapid”
    offering nothing that is stimulating or challenging; bland
  • “aspiration”
    NOUN 1.a strong desire, longing, or aim; ambition: intellectual aspirations. 2.a goal or objective that is strongly desired: The presidency has been his aspiration since boyhood. 3.the act of aspirating or breathing in.
  • “benignity”
    kindness or tolerance toward others..."her air of benignity"
  • “cachinnate”
    To laugh loudly! The sound you make when you laugh out loud, guffaw, or cackle, and probably embarrass or annoy everyone around you! Do it often! Mr Clarke cachinnates all the time!
  • “Slumgullion”
    a meat stew
  • “effervescence”
    full of life and excitement
  • “Discombobulated”
    [dis-kuh m-bob-yuh-leyt-ed] verb (used with object), discombobulated, discombobulating. confused or disconcerted; upset; frustrated: 'The speaker was completely discombobulated by the hecklers.'