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disoriented
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • Though the darkness had swallowed her whole, her burnished image was still imprinted on his retinas; it obscured his vision, brightening when he lowered his eyelids, disorienting him.
  • Dean, his face bruised and bloody, said "Thanks" to Luna and stood there, shivering, but Griphook sank onto the cellar floor, looking groggy and disoriented, many welts across his swarthy face.
  • Disoriented, he raised his wand, but the witch before him was already falling forward; she hit the ground so hard that the glass in the bookcases tinkled.
  • There isn’t one," said Harry, still disoriented by the sudden ap-pearance of all these people, unable to take everything in while his scar was still burning so fiercely.

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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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