Definition of Disorientate

1. Verb. Cause to be lost or disoriented.

Exact synonyms: Disorient
Generic synonyms: Bedevil, Befuddle, Confound, Confuse, Discombobulate, Fox, Fuddle, Throw
Derivative terms: Disorientation
Antonyms: Orient



Definition of Disorientate

1. v. t. To turn away from the east, or (figuratively) from the right or the truth.

Definition of Disorientate

1. Verb. Alternate form of disorient. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Disorientate

1. [v -TATED, -TATING, -TATES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disorientate

disorganisedly
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disorganising
disorganization
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disorganized schizophrenia
disorganized type schizophrenia
disorganizedly
disorganizer
disorganizers
disorganizes
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disorient
disorientate (current term)
disorientated
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disorientedness
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disorients
disour
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disown

Literary usage of Disorientate

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1. Author's & Printer's Dictionary: A Guide for Authors by Frederick Howard Collins (1912)
"... conscience, consentient, co- sentient, coterie, courier, courtier, cuirassier, currier, deficient, die, disbelieve, disobedience, disorientate, ..."

2. The Ecclesiologist by Ecclesiological Society (1850)
"... or what should be the north (for unfortunately the disposition of the ground has compelled the church to disorientate considerably northwards), ..."

3. Womb of Half-fogged Mirrors: Notes in Lieu of Communication by Martha Attram (1997)
"These "assessments" so disorientate the old that they become permanent, of course. Martha's idea of a 'little holiday' was a month in ..."

4. Beyond Rhetoric: Adult Learning Policies and Practices by Beatriz Pont, Anne Sonnet, Patrick Werquin (2003)
"The introspection and preliminary analysis of their personal career might discourage, disorientate and destabilise people who are already demoralised by a ..."

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