Correct spelling for DISORDENTATION
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Possible correct spellings for disordentation
Drugged with fatigue, the younger man slept, awaking to full day, a fog of bewilderment and disorientation.
Pain and distention of the belly are relieved by applying a pad over the whole front of the belly-consisting of two layers of flannel wrung out of a little very hot water containing a teaspoonful of turpentine-and covered by a dry flannel bandage wrapped about the body.
As the wind struck the canvass obliquely, the sails filled as they opened their folds, and, by the time their surfaces were flattened by distension, the plantagenet steadily moved from her late berth, advancing slowly against a strong tide, out of the group of ships, among which she had been anchored.
Both succeeded in escaping all public manifestation of popular favour; both went about their business with an absolute absence of ostentation, and if the handsome features of the commander-in-chief were familiar to the majority of the citizens, few recognised in the plainly dressed soldier, riding alone through richmond, the great leader of the valley, with whose praises not the south only, but the whole civilised world, was already ringing.