If you're discombobulated, you're confused or thrown off-kilter. A discombobulated soccer player might run the wrong way down the field and kick the ball into her own team's goal.
You'll probably feel a little discombobulated after moving to a new country, especially if it's on the other side of the world. Likewise, if you rearrange your backyard chicken coop, you're bound to have some discombobulated chickens for a while. This early 19th century word was first used in America, and it had a few different spellings, including discombobricate, before it became standardized.