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Definition of "disorientate" [dis•o•ri•en•tate]

  • Alternative form of disorient. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "disorientate" in a sentence
  • "You have to find another bad guy, create some more paranoia to further disorientate the rabble."
  • "The antonyms disorient and disorientate date from 1655 and 1704, respectively; again they are virtually synonymous."
  • "Francesco Anselmi for The Wall Street Journal In an attempt to disorientate his adversary, Mr. Figueroa waves his hands."