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disoriented
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Angels & Demons
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  • Speaking to a living Illuminatus was disorienting for him . like speaking to George Washington.
  • Langdon watched, detached, his mind churning circles like the blades, wondering if a full night’s sleep would make his current disorientation any clearer.
  • Langdon looked up at the towering monuments and felt totally disoriented.
  • Langdon stood, disoriented.
  • With a rising fury of disorientation and rage, Langdon got off the table and stood on shaky legs.
  • Spinning disoriented somersaults, he groped the sheer walls that enclosed him on all sides.
  • He stood a moment, looking disoriented, and then, before anyone could stop him, he lurched forward, staggering down the stairs toward Macri.

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  • I frequently find myself disoriented when I come up out of the subway
  • She was disoriented when they covered her eyes and spun her in a circle three times.

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