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malorganization

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Imperfect or wrong organization.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Maybe that's what she was here for, to stop people blowing up about the malorganization.

    The 9th Directive

  • We have the authority of M. Reybaud -- and we could bring other authorities if it were necessary -- for saying that, in France, the habit of attributing the vices of individuals, not to their own weakness or ungoverned propensities, but to the malorganization of society, has shown itself in a strange and ominous indulgence to crime.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 56, Number 349, November, 1844

  • Men are formed to be what they are; vice and crime are the fruits of malorganization, and malorganization is the result of the unfavourable conditions in which the subject of it has been placed, prior or subsequent to birth.

    An Expository Outline of the "Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation" With a Notice of the Author's "Explanations:" A Sequel to the Vestiges

  • A society in which a single honest man of normal capacity is definitely unable to find the means of maintaining himself by useful work is to that extent suffering from malorganization.

    Liberalism

  • A right is a right none the less though the means of securing it be imperfectly known; and the workman who is unemployed or underpaid through economic malorganization will remain a reproach not to the charity but to the justice of society as long as he is to be seen in the land.

    Liberalism

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