oriented

[ noun, adjective awr-ee-uhnt, ‐ee-ent, ohr-; verb awr-ee-ent, ohr‐ ]SEE DEFINITION OF oriented

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Before the second stage was fired, however, the ship had to be oriented properly.

He had not oriented himself as yet to this new plane of existence.

If they are oriented in opposite directions, it is parahydrogen.

He oriented the prayer carpet toward the southeast and stood at the end of it.

It oriented the individual not only philosophically but socially as well.

It was so cluttered that I could hardly get oriented; where was the nave?

He had oriented himself as they brought him down, and he knew exactly where he was going.

The was oriented east, and what was immediately west was behind it.

That oriented him, but the fact that it was so late brought dismay.

He wasn't quite clear just how he was oriented, he had turned about so much.

WORD ORIGIN

"having an orientation," 1918, past participle adjective from orient (v.)

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