sense of direction


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Noun1.sense of direction - an awareness of your orientation in space
sense - a general conscious awareness; "a sense of security"; "a sense of happiness"; "a sense of danger"; "a sense of self"
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The small ray of Frome's lantern was soon lost in this smothering medium, in which even his sense of direction, and the bay's homing instinct, finally ceased to serve us.
Then she had set out through those winding passages and in total darkness had groped her way, guided solely by a marvelous sense of direction, to where I lay.
His sense of direction was good, and he knew he was going toward the house.
I glory in the divine Coach, in His sense of direction and His ways with wayward me.
Medical science has yet to come up with a technical term for it but its victims are born with no sense of direction.
London, July 11 ( ANI ): A woman's finger length tells you all you need to know about her sense of direction, a new study has revealed.
No mapping experience is needed, but TomTom is looking for people who enjoy exploring beautiful places, don't mind great weather and who have a decent sense of direction.
Ten-month-old Eve, born in Iceland, has amazed experts with her terrible sense of direction after criss-crossing the country - and Germany - before pitching up in Skegness, Lincolnshire.
One gets a sense of direction, a feeling that at least somebody sees it the way it is, and knows what is going on.
It warns potential applicants that one of their aims will be "raising the ambition of Wirral and its council by promoting a clear sense of direction and purpose".
If you are someone who feels a bit "blah' right now, if you are someone running around crazy and needs a sense of direction, or if you are someone who could just use a little motivation, consider sitting down and making a list for yourself.
Even talking about date rape and her marriage breakup she has a strong sense of direction.