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dis aw ree ent

  • v  cause to be lost or disoriented

  • The SmarTruck features high voltage door handles, laser guns, a grenade launcher, a pepper spray canister with a six-foot range, and special super-bright headlights that disorient .
  • There was one, perhaps two explosions smoke bombs, meant to shock and disorient and then gunfire, but by then everyone was scattering and running.
  • Dropping its usual secrecy, the Pentagon quickly leaked word of the operation, boasting that the planes had accomplished their mission to "stun, disorient and confuse" the enemy .
News & Articles

  • Dog does what talk, 'flash bang' can't
    BENTON HARBOR - Tossing in a cellphone didn't work. Neither did several pleas on a public address system or even the SWAT team's firecracker-like "flash bang" device meant to disorient.
    July 1, 2013 - The Herald-Palladium

  • Celine Dion in Star Magazine
    Too many people in the house disorient children,said Celine, who has said she'll turn to family if she needs help. "My only task is to make my children happy. And too bad if the house sometimes becomes a mess."
  • Russo in Digital Signage Today
    The Sonic Bar will disorient the shopper's expectations, and deliver something much more compelling,Russo said.
  • William Bratton in Reuters
    If you shine this into someone's eyes, you will momentarily disorient them. But unlike the previous flashlight it cannot be used to inflict unintended damage or used to strike someone around the head,Bratton said.

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