Definition of Metagrobolised

1. Adjective. Totally perplexed and mixed up. "All this duncical nonsense has my brains metagrobolized"




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Metagrobolised

metagenome
metagenomes
metagenomic
metagenomically
metagenomics
metages
metagnathous
metagon
metagrabolised
metagrabolized
metagrammar
metagrammars
metagrammatism
metagraphic
metagraphy
metagrobolised (current term)
metagrobolism
metagrobolized
metaheinrichite
metaherpetic keratitis
metaheuristic
metaheuristics
metahewettite
metahohmannite
metahypophysial diabetes
metaicteric
metainfective
metainformation
metainformational
metairie

Literary usage of Metagrobolised

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1. The Contemporary Review (1893)
"The rest, when put together, made up le man-reptile that, to use a Rabelaisian phrase, " metagrobolised all nothing " the University of ..."

2. The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling (1900)
"Hullo, Orrin, you look rather metagrobolised." " It was all your fault, you beast! You started it. We've got two hundred lines apiece, ..."

3. Touring in 1600: A Study in the Development of Travel as a Means of Education by Ernest Stuart Bates (1911)
""He remained all of a heap on Deck, utterly cast down and metagrobolised. 'What ho, Steward, my Friend, my Father, my Uncle; ... 0, three and four times ..."

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