disorientation

[ dis-awr-ee-uh n-teyt, -ohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF disorientation

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The sense of disorientation set up by the tractors was subsiding.

This morning, however, the sense of disorientation did not pass with full wakefulness.

There was an elusive sense of disorientation, a feeling of something overlooked.

The feeling of disorientation and foreignness was new to Perry.

Disorientation is a state of mental confusion as to time, place, or identity.

You are suffering from distorted perception—illusions and hallucinations, disorientation.

Drugged with fatigue, the younger man slept, awaking to full day, a fog of bewilderment and disorientation.

We jumped again, the sickness of disorientation forcing a moan from the girl, and darkness shivered round us.

The disorientation continues with Bell's suggestion to travel south or west.

WORD ORIGIN

1860; see dis- + orientation.

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