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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of disorganize.
  • adj. Lacking order or organization; confused; chaotic.

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  • adj. lacking order or methodical arrangement or function


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  • Unlike Ed and Tito, I'm just too lazy and disorganized* to commit to full album reviews; here is my answer for the lazy and disorganized among us.

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  • The Blackhawks played at St. Louis on Thursday and were sluggish and disorganized from the start. - Hockey - Nashville vs. Chicago

  • The movement has been called disorganized, and criticized for not having a unified message, leaving many of us to wonder what exactly people are protesting about.

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  • The Irish followed their track in disorganized multitudes; each day encreasing; each day becoming more lawless.


  • The fact that there are so many of these events taking place -- that they are "disorganized" -- and that they will feature political novices (not the pros pulling the strings) -- makes it likely there will be some gaffes committed.


  • In 2006, Davidson lured Sergey Brin to Capitol Hill for a trip that even Brin described as a disorganized, last-minute venture.

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  • If her illness made his thinking befuddled and disorganized, which is understandble, I can accept that. .but not his coming back now and challenging others to act with courage and conviction after he failed to do so.

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  • When that happens you appear careless or disorganized, which is probably not the image you want to project.

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  • My library and my computer desktop are usually totally disorganized, which is a bad sign!

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  • I would say that during any fight you will see movements of forces that resemble tactics, but in general you can't call the disorganized movement of large numbers of troops in a zerg tactics, mostly because it is unorganized and reactionary in nature, not planned strategy.

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  • "Make a show of resistance, panicky and disorganized, like a whaler might... Present company excepted, Mister Hogg." --Captain Aubrey, "Master and Commander"

    February 21, 2007