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