1. not having position or goal definitely set or ascertained
    unoriented until she looked at the map
    engaged in unoriented study
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How To Use unoriented In A Sentence

  • Equivalently this is the space of all (unoriented) lines through the origin. Algebra
  • unoriented until she looked at the map
  • Steve’s comment: PCs are unoriented and I believe, in group-theoretic terms, would be a coset of the two oppositely-oriented forms in a quotient group. A Red Noise Spaghetti Diagram « Climate Audit
  • The problem with PCs is not that they are signed, but that you don’t know the direction of the sign – it’s that they are essentially unoriented. Perverse PCs « Climate Audit
  • Conversely, some social situations, such as those occurring during a ceremonial investiture, are scenes in which few, if any, of these situationally unoriented activities are allowed. Behavior in Public Places
  • engaged in unoriented study
  • Open/unoriented amplitudes of this kind go back to Ooguri-Vafa 2000 (and Walcher 2007). The Reference Frame
  • I recall just enough group theory from university that I sometimes think of PCs as being like a coset of 2 elements – the +1 version and the -1 version, which thus are an unoriented element. The Euro Team and the SWM Network « Climate Audit
  • But we found that current does not flow nearly as easily perpendicular to the planes, or in unoriented material," Katz said. Nano Tech Wire
  • All the leaders, all the officers, are confused and unoriented. Battle Studies
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