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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdisorienteddis‧or‧i‧ent‧ed /dɪsˈɔːrientɪd/ (also disorientated /dɪsˈɔːriənteɪtɪd/ British English) adjective  1 CONFUSEDconfused and not understanding what is happening around you2 LOST/DON'T KNOW WHERE YOU AREconfused about where you are or which direction you should go When he emerged into the street, he was completely disoriented.
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disorientedAt first, the fire had left them shocked and disoriented.He sat up, feeling weak, disoriented.I come out of the theater feeling disoriented.Everybody is exhausted and disoriented after three weeks on the road.Jean-Pierre felt faintly disoriented by it.Mrs Roberts, indeed, who felt completely disoriented, clung on absurdly to the reality of Martin Parr.The drumming disoriented him, the darkness frightened him; he shouted out.The pilot became disoriented in bad weather over the ocean.That the Assistant Manager emerged later in the day at the same door similarly disoriented is not in doubt either.
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