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- adj. not subjected to discipline, control or correction; uncorrected
- adj. lacking in self-control; ungovernable
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not disciplined; not duly exercised and taught; not properly trained or brought to regularity and order; raw: as, undisciplined troops; undisciplined valor; undisciplined minds.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking in discipline or control
- adj. not subjected to discipline
- adj. not subjected to correction or discipline
He criticised what he called the undisciplined behaviour of a small group of Numsa members.
The Bucs had nine penalties to Carolina's two, and coach Raheem Morris lashed out at his team for what he described as undisciplined play.
Iowa State's Swenson said the findings reflect Iowans 'appreciation that discipline will be required to compensate for years of what he called undisciplined spending.
He's also got a mean, nasty streak a mile wide, though he does get caught up in undisciplined retaliation that can cost his team.
There stood the enemy strongly intrenched on a hill, and Stark, calling his undisciplined levies about him, went at them.
Pistol Pete Marovich might be called undisciplined but both were fun to watch.
Mr. McCain's once easy-going if irreverent campaign presence — endearing to crowds, though often the kind of undisciplined excursions that landed him in the gaffe doghouse — has been put out to pasture.
Heaven forfend the MP of any party speaks out of line, lest their opponents denounce the party as 'undisciplined'.
Hadrian, the Roman emperor from 117 to 138 A.D., laid out the rules, which called for flogging if the athletes were "undisciplined," in ways such as "drinking too much or womanizing."
I think that this does show the kind of undisciplined, uncertain situation in the White House as they grope for Iraq policy options.