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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.
The Blackhawks played at St. Louis on Thursday and were sluggish and disorganized from the start.
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.
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.
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.
When that happens you appear careless or disorganized, which is probably not the image you want to project.
My library and my computer desktop are usually totally disorganized, which is a bad sign!
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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