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dis·or·der·ly

 (dĭs-ôr′dər-lē)
adj.
1. Lacking regular or logical order or arrangement: a disorderly pile of clothes.
2. Undisciplined; unruly: disorderly youths.
3. Law Disturbing the public peace or decorum.

dis·or′der·li·ness n.

disorderly

(dɪsˈɔːdəlɪ)
adj
1. untidy; irregular
2. (Law) uncontrolled; unruly
3. (Law) law violating public peace or order
adv
in an irregular or confused manner
disˈorderliness n

dis•or•der•ly

(dɪsˈɔr dər li)

adj.
1. characterized by disorder; untidy.
2. unruly; tumultuous.
3. contrary to public order or morality.
[1555–65]
dis•or′der•li•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.disorderly - undisciplined and unruly; "disorderly youths"; "disorderly conduct"
orderly - devoid of violence or disruption; "an orderly crowd confronted the president"
2.disorderly - in utter disorderdisorderly - in utter disorder; "a disorderly pile of clothes"
untidy - not neat and tidy; "careless and untidy in her personal habits"; "an untidy living room"; "untidy and casual about money"
3.disorderly - completely unordered and unpredictable and confusing
wild - marked by extreme lack of restraint or control; "wild talk"; "wild parties"

disorderly

disorderly

adjective
1. Lacking regular or logical order:
3. Law. Upsetting civil order or peace:
Translations
غَيْر مُرَتَّبمُنْحَرِف، مُخِل بالنِّظام
neuspořádanývýtržnický
uordentliguregerlig
rendzavaró
ólögleguróskipulegur; í óreiîu
rozvášnenýv neporiadku

disorderly

[dɪsˈɔːdəlɪ] ADJ
1. (= untidy, disorganized) [room, queue] → desordenado; [person, mind] → poco metódico
the disorderly flight of the refugeesla caótica huída de los refugiados
2. (= unruly) [behaviour] → indisciplinado, turbulento; [crowd] → indisciplinado, alborotado; [hooligan] → desmandado; [meeting] → turbulento
to become disorderly [meeting, person] → alborotarse
disorderly conduct (Jur) → alteración f del orden público
disorderly house (euph) (= brothel) → burdel m, prostíbulo m; (= gambling den) → casa f de juego
to keep a disorderly house (= brothel) → regentar un burdel or prostíbulo; (= gambling den) → regentar una casa de juego
see also drunk B

disorderly

[ˌdɪsˈɔːrrli] adj
[room] → en désordre
[behaviour, retreat] → désordonné(e); [crowd] → agité(e)
drunk and disorderly (LAW)en état d'ivresse sur la voie publiquedisorderly conduct n (LAW)trouble m à l'ordre public

disorderly

adj
(= untidy) room, deskunordentlich; queue, rowungeordnet
(= unruly) personwild; crowd, eventundiszipliniert; conduct, behaviourungehörig; disorderly yobbos (inf)randalierende Halbstarke; to become disorderly (person, crowd)außer Rand und Band geraten; the rally became disorderlybei der Kundgebung kam es zu Ausschreitungen ? also drunk ADJ a
(= badly organized) processungeordnet

disorderly

:
disorderly behaviour, (US) disorderly behavior
disorderly conduct
disorderly house
n (Jur: = brothel) → öffentliches Haus; (= gambling den)Spielhölle f; to keep a disorderlyein öffentliches Haus unterhalten

disorderly

[dɪsˈɔːdəlɪ] adj (room) → disordinato/a; (behaviour, crowd) → turbolento/a; (meeting) → tumultuoso/a, burrascoso/a

disorder

(disˈoːdə) noun
1. lack of order; confusion or disturbance. The strike threw the whole country into disorder; scenes of disorder and rioting.
2. a disease. a disorder of the lungs.
disˈorderly adjective
1. not neatly arranged; in confusion. His clothes lay in a disorderly heap.
2. lawless; causing trouble. a disorderly group of people.
References in classic literature ?
They ought, however, to take care, and do this no longer than the common people are superior to the nobles and those of the middle rank, and then stop; for, if they proceed still further, they will make the state disorderly, and the nobles will ill brook the power of the common people, and be full of resentment against it; which was the cause of an insurrection at Cyrene: for a little evil is overlooked, but when it becomes a great one it strikes the eye.
Here, you Jim, git up, now, while I belt yer life out, you damned disorderly brat.
It seems to me you come tramping and footsore, and looking more like a disorderly vagabond than a governor.
If opposition to the national government should arise from the disorderly conduct of refractory or seditious individuals, it could be overcome by the same means which are daily employed against the same evil under the State governments.
John, in the midst of this disorderly competition of poverty and meanness, sat stunned, contemplating the mountain bulk of his misfortunes.
It might be thought that, in his anxiety, he would be constantly watching the changes of the wind, the disorderly raging of the billows--every chance, in short, which might force the Mongolia to slacken her speed, and thus interrupt his journey.
So the soldiers, after a twenty-mile march, were kept mending and cleaning all night long without closing their eyes, while the adjutants and company commanders calculated and reckoned, and by morning the regiment- instead of the straggling, disorderly crowd it had been on its last march the day before- presented a well-ordered array of two thousand men each of whom knew his place and his duty, had every button and every strap in place, and shone with cleanliness.
Maxwell stood by his desk with his hands full of telegrams and memoranda, with a fountain pen over his right ear and his hair hanging in disorderly strings over his forehead.
Then he remembered how he had spent a night in the lockup for disorderly conduct in the street.
The two maid-servants were both peeping in, frightened and amazed at this unusual and disorderly scene.
The trapper, by exercising that species of influence, over his companions, which experience and decision usually assert, in cases of emergency, had effectually succeeded in concealing them in the grass, and by the aid of the feeble rays of the luminary, he was enabled to scan the disorderly party which was riding, like so many madmen, directly upon them.
There was a meadow on the opposite side of the road, the gate of which stood open; just then some cart horses and several young colts came trotting out in a very disorderly manner, while a boy behind was cracking a great whip.