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  • adv. In a shambolic manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a shambolic manner

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Examples

  • As The Economist recently observed, For something so central to the modern world, the Internet is shambolically governed.

    Joe Waz: Internet Governance at a Crossroads

  • Had Diego Milito's goal in the first leg been correctly ruled out for being sixty-miles offside, or had Barça's totally valid goal not been shambolically dismissed, then Barcelona would have contested the final in Madrid.

    How do you like your sour grapes, Señor Xavi Hernández? | Richard Williams

  • The "flics" look as menacing as ever, complete with body armour, truncheons and pistols, even though they are mostly dealing with shambolically intoxicated youths rather than would-be revolutionaries.

    France's young binge drinkers upset cafe society with their 'British boozing'

  • His return was in a LA/New York fixture, which looked great after the brilliance of a 2007 meeting between the two teams, but has faltered somewhat now that the Red Bulls are terrible, losing shambolically 3-1.

    Week at a Glance: Phase II of the Experiment

  • If anything, it is a terrible political gamble for Gordon Brown, whose Government is proceeding shambolically and is nowhere near achieving a consensus in the Commons.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • But with an ongoing nurses strike that shows no signs of ending, a shambolically run health service, rising inflation and gridlock in every major city, all is not lost for the increasingly beleaguered opposition leader, Enda Kenny.

    The Irish General Election

  • I went along to the results announcement this afternoon - a typically shambolically CCO organised event.

    A New Era for the Tories

  • Collection of greatest hits and rare unreleased gems from Britain's most shambolically brilliant band

    FallNews

  • I first saw Seductive Subversion'' in Philadelphia, where it was shambolically displayed across three separate venues, and can vouch for the superiority of the display at Tufts.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • All the tunes are played out shambolically enough to hit the spot

    Virtual Festivals

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