Definition of Disorganised

1. Adjective. Lacking order or methodical arrangement or function. "She was too disorganized to be an agreeable roommate"




Definition of Disorganised

1. Adjective. Lacking order or organisation; confused; chaotic. ¹

2. Verb. (past of disorganise) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disorganised

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Literary usage of Disorganised

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Edinburgh Review by Sydney Smith (1869)
"... the daily value of which depended on a thousand chances, with society and industry still disorganised, and in the face of a threatened financial crisis ..."

2. Report of the Proceedings by Church congress (1874)
"Let us fear lest the Church of England be found disorganised and unprepared in the day of battle, and, as Dr Chalmers predicted, die of dignity. ..."

3. The History of British India by James Mill (1848)
"disorganised condition of Travan- core.—Administration of affairs by the Resident as Dewan under the Raja and his successors.—Restoration of prosperity. ..."

4. Fossil Plants: A Text-book for Students of Botany and Geology by Albert Charles Seward (1898)
"A. Section of partially disorganised tissue attacked by some boring animal, c, c, coprolites; d, a tunnel made by the borer through the plant tissue. ..."

5. Memoirs of His Own Time: Including the Revolution, the Empire, and the by Mathieu Dumas (1839)
"... of the old disorganised Neapolitan army, and to provide for the subsistence of the French army, which amounted to forty-two thousand men. ..."

6. Memoirs and Campaigns of Charles John: Prince Royal of Sweden by John Philippart (1814)
"The revolutions which took place, even in the interior of the Directory, had disorganised the armies, and caused their reverses. ..."

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