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disoriented
used in Sycamore Row

3 uses
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Definition
confused

or:

lost — especially having lost the sense of direction
  • Disoriented by Demerol or not, there was no doubt Seth knew what he was doing.
    p. 616.1
  • At that moment, in the minds of the jurors, and practically everyone else in the courtroom, Seth had been disoriented, dizzy, drowsy, light-headed, and unable to drive so he asked Lettie to do it.
    p. 589.7
  • He described his boss as being disoriented and erratic.
    p. 594.3

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