verb (used with object), dis·o·ri·en·tat·ed, dis·o·ri·en·tat·ing.
Words nearby disorientate
OTHER WORDS FROM disorientatedis·o·ri·en·ta·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for disorientation
During the height of the crisis, Westergaard described the disorientation and dislocation of living under guard.
Evident in Twilight Visions is the disorientation between the changing physical city and its effect on cultural habits.
We jumped again, the sickness of disorientation forcing a moan from the girl, and darkness shivered round us.The Door Through Space|Marion Zimmer Bradley
This morning, however, the sense of disorientation did not pass with full wakefulness.Monkey On His Back|Charles V. De Vet
You are suffering from distorted perception—illusions and hallucinations, disorientation.A Thought For Tomorrow|Robert E. Gilbert
The disorientation continues with Bell's suggestion to travel south or west.The Voyages and Adventures of Captain Hatteras|Jules Verne
Disorientation is a state of mental confusion as to time, place, or identity.Applied Psychology for Nurses|Mary F. Porter