disorientate

[dis-awr-ee-uhn-teyt, -ohr-]
verb (used with object), disorientated, disorientating.

Origin:
1695–1705; dis-1 + orientate

disorientation, noun
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disorientate or disorient (dɪsˈɔːrɪənˌteɪt)
 
vb
1.  to cause (someone) to lose his bearings
2.  to perplex; confuse
 
disorient or disorient
 
vb
 
disorien'tation or disorient
 
n

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Example sentences
It is possible that they are disorientated, but by what is the big question.
Then he felt worse than sick: he felt disorientated.
In order that readers should not feel too disorientated by this, various things
  need to be emphasized.
We don't have to crush the poor, unions, intellectuals and disorientated.
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