disorientating


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disorientating

(dɪsˈɔːrɪənteɪtɪŋ) or

disorienting

adj
causing a person to lose his or her bearings
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They sure love to funk it up and do so here big style as the remorselessly repetitive catchline 'Look Around' takes it to disorientating levels, but at least you'll fall over in style.
However, postmen in Wales could soon be able to fight back with a special spray which has the effect of disorientating dogs intent on attack.
Organisers promise that the installation - titled Turning The Place Over - will be "disturbing and disorientating from a distance" and "from close-up, a thrilling experience".
There is wonderful material on the disorientating experience of learning to live and work on a ship.
On paper, the brief has the potential to be a soulless and disorientating institution, but Moneo's strategy is to break down the building into a series of smaller and more manageable units each arranged around a courtyard.
Standing in the midst of the polyphony of skulls, Jesuses, aliens, and pop idols in "Hamlet 1999" was pulse raising and a little disorientating, and made clear Mayerson's goal of evoking the unconscious.
THE frustrating and disorientating condition of amnesia is explored in this documentary.
Customers can browse a library of inspirational palettes, preview thousands of colors in virtual rooms or exteriors, and receive instant color-coordination tips - all of which is accomplished online without the cumbersome, time-consuming and visually disorientating limitations of traditional HTML Web pages.