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disorganisation

Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of disorganization.

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

  • noun a condition in which an orderly system has been disrupted
  • noun the disturbance of a systematic arrangement causing disorder and confusion

Etymologies

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dis- +‎ organisation

Examples

  • This is part secret of that disorganisation which is causing such wonder upon the continent of

    To the Gold Coast for Gold A Personal Narrative in Two Volumes.—Volume I

  • I managed to do a bit of teaching but there were a few communication issues and disorganisation which is very normal here, so not as much as I would have liked.

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  • I hope this is the last time we see this kind of disorganisation, otherwise I will have to take action. "

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  • I hope this is the last time we see this kind of disorganisation, otherwise I will have to take action. "

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • There was a sense of disorganisation at times, as in the 20th minute when Gabriel Heinze pumped an innocuous-looking high ball towards the penalty area which Brown and Smalling both went to clear and then left to one another.

    Chris Smalling helps make a shaky case for Manchester United's defence

  • For all his messiness and disorganisation, he could work very hard when he had to and had no difficulty getting the right A-levels to enter art college in Brighton at the end of 2001.

    Henry’s Demons

  • Actually I prefer only be a spokesman of what the Angolan people think of the TAAG situation, they recognize that there is some disorganisation and informality in the way the company operates.

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  • For all his messiness and disorganisation, he could work very hard when he had to and had no difficulty getting the right A-levels to enter art college in Brighton at the end of 2001.

    Henry’s Demons

  • International observers have said the process has been marred by irregularities and disorganisation, but have stopped short of calling for the vote to be annulled.

    Congo election sparks violent protests

  • This tendency – which might be called a type of impersonation, a kind of camouflaging of the writer's authority and hence his responsibility – can be seen throughout Ishiguro's work, and goes hand in hand with his most persistent themes: the fear of disorganisation and abandonment; the psychical aftermath of childhood; and the relationship between the institutional and the personal through which these themes are frequently dramatised.

    Rereading: Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro

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