Loss of one's sense of direction, position, or relationship with one's surroundings.(noun)
Mental confusion or impaired awareness, especially regarding place, time, or personal identity.(noun)
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Use "disorientation" in a sentence
"The disorientation is palpable and the confusion is ubiquitous."
"A narrative built of layers and layers of disorientation is not new for"
"And finally, I would suggest a certain amount of disorientation is bound to occur when the old frame of reference, within which the world conducted its affairs for nearly a half century, falls away, creating the need for nations to devise new ways to do business with one another."