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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 ?
So she dressed herself in her best, and trying to persuade herself that she was neither excited nor nervous, bravely climbed two pairs of dark and dirty stairs to find herself in a disorderly room, a cloud of cigar smoke, and the presence of three gentlemen, sitting with their heels rather higher than their hats, which articles of dress none of them took the trouble to remove on her appearance.
Listlessly she went about the disorderly old hotel looking at the faded wall-paper and the ragged carpets and, when she was able to be about, doing the work of a chambermaid among beds soiled by the slumbers of fat traveling men.
Unable to command himself any longer, the youth broke from the place, and presently stood in the center of a disorderly throng, that included nearly everything having life, within the limits of the encampment.
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.
It begins at the water's edge, with a fringe of hotels, and scrambles up and spreads itself over two or three sharp hills in a crowded, disorderly, but picturesque way, offering to the eye a heaped-up confusion of red roofs, quaint gables, dormer windows, toothpick steeples, with here and there a bit of ancient embattled wall bending itself over the ridges, worm-fashion, and here and there an old square tower of heavy masonry.
Your brother will be pleased; the old lady and gentleman will not object, I think; you will escape from a disorderly, comfortless home into a wealthy, respectable one; and you love Edgar, and Edgar loves you.
Wragge dropped crookedly into a chair, and beat her disorderly hands on her unsymmetrical knees, in utter forgetfulness of the captain's presence and the captain's terrible eye.
Thus, with beer-drinking, pipe-smoking, song-roaring, and infinite caricaturing of woe, the disorderly procession went its way, recruiting at every step, and all the shops shutting up before it.
Creakle, who was prowling about the passage, and handsomely flogged for disorderly conduct in the bedroom.
It was visiting time when Wemmick took me in; and a potman was going his rounds with beer; and the prisoners, behind bars in yards, were buying beer, and talking to friends; and a frouzy, ugly, disorderly, depressing scene it was.
All these sounds, intimating the disorderly state of the town, crowded with military nobles and their dissolute attendants, gave Gurth some uneasiness.
It seems to me you come tramping and footsore, and looking more like a disorderly vagabond than a governor.