Definitions

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  • n. the trait of lacking discipline

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Examples

  • I would in most cases say the governor should resign, but since the Lt. Governor is nothing more than an undiscipline boy, it would not be in the best interests of the state.

    Sanford should stay, two top South Carolina papers say

  • One can speculate on what might have happened if Dalglish had stayed as manager in '91: what he would have made out of McManaman, Fowler and Redknapp et. who all fell victim to undiscipline under Roy Evans, but on paper was a team capable of greatness.

    What defines the great managers? Total control | Paul Hayward

  • Some of them did, in fact; brawling in the "streets" between the wagons in a display of undiscipline that should have shamed them, but which seemed, from the lack of intervention by the officers, to be standard behavior.

    Widows and Orphans

  • Irresponsibility and undiscipline were the bane of his existence, and it was another instance of the Devil's logic that his own untimely affliction should consist of his body's refusal to obey him. '

    Lit Crit as It Ought to Be: Open-Eyed, Recklessly Committed

  • Neither did the hacendados and the ranch-owners, in their tight trousers and weak, soft sensuality, pale victims of their own emotional undiscipline.

    The Plumed Serpent

  • The African National Congress Western Cape therefore has not other option but to come to the conclusion that: this unit has lost its mandate and purpose, there is no justification for such a unit in the first place, members of this unit are completely unprofessional and undiscipline, and that this unit is conducting a witch-hunt against the ANC and its members.

    MEMORANDUM FROM THE AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS WESTERN CAPE TO THE SA POLICE SERVICES

  • Fidel: The distortions created by the IMF are a by-product of the bigger crisis, the disorganization of the monetary system, the undiscipline of the financial system, and the truculence of the practices in international trade.

    CASTRO DISCUSSES THIRD WORLD'S FOREIGN DEBT

  • The undiscipline of his regiment, of the Parisian Mobiles generally, appears incredible.

    The Parisians — Complete

  • Last night, I was getting ready to write one about how the Jackets didn't play badly, but that penalty trouble and a still-anemic powerplay that couldn't take advantage of the Hawks 'undiscipline had cost them two crucial points.

    The Neutral Zone Trap

  • Today, when the old soldiers are allowed to eat in the Dining Hall, the whole atmosphere is decidedly undiscipline with "fast food" the meals of choice for most soldiers.

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