turned around

turned around
Synonyms and related words:
abashed, abroad, adrift, astray, at sea, back, backward, backwards, bewildered, bothered, bottom side up, bottom up, clueless, confused, contrarily, contrariwise, conversely, counter, discomposed, disconcerted, dismayed, disoriented, distracted, distraught, disturbed, dizzy, drunken, embarrassed, giddy, guessing, head over heels, heels over head, in a fix, in a maze, in a pickle, in a scrape, in a stew, inversely, lightheaded, lost, mazed, off the track, over, perturbed, put-out, reflex, reversed, swimming, tiddly, topsy-turvy, upset, upside down, vertiginous, vice versa, without a clue, wrong-way, wrong-way around

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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