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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of disorientate.


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  • My classmates made a joke about how oriental people can get "disorientated" after seeing this essay I forward over to the class.

    On being orient(at)ed

  • When asked about the portion of the video showing him at the trash chute throwing away Giraldo's property, Monserrate says "She was a little aggressive and 'disorientated'; I tried to calm her down."

    Diaz Sr. Throws a Stone at Peralta

  • Sara picked up one of Ana's two bags and started briskly for the stairway, chattering in an enchanting English drawl about how "disorientated" jet lag left a person, and then about the weather.

    A Darker Place

  • She told police she felt "disorientated" at Jason Gram's apartment. | Top Stories

  • He said police believed he became "disorientated" and headed off in the wrong direction away from the centre of the resort. - News

  • The player recalls periods of being "disorientated" by pain shooting up his back and hampering his running.

    Blogposts |

  • I was a little "disorientated" after the day of travelling (cranky after the day of travelling) so Bryan took over the role of guide. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • A FAMILY is to meet with hospital bosses after a "disorientated" mother died after discharging herself from hospital and walking down the M65 into the path of traffic.


  • Spanish markets 'disorientated' by international turmoil

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Hearing is the most important sense for dolphins and other cetaeceans, and losing it is likely to cause them to become disorientated and alarmed.

    p2pnet World Headlines – April 8, 2009


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