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Noun1.disorganisation - a condition in which an orderly system has been disrupted
disorderliness, disorder - a condition in which things are not in their expected places; "the files are in complete disorder"
2.disorganisation - the disturbance of a systematic arrangement causing disorder and confusion; "the disorganization of the enemy troops by a flank attack"
disturbance - the act of disturbing something or someone; setting something in motion
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(disˈoːgənaizd) adjective
in confusion or not organized. a disorganized person; The meeting was very disorganized.
disˌorganiˈzation, disˌorganiˈsation noun
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As the carelessness and disorganisation increased from day to day, the lane of dwelling places, at no time very sweet, became so loathsome that I left it, and going across the island made myself a hovel of boughs amid the black ruins of Moreau's enclosure.
She was the supreme type of the City of the Scientific Commercial Age; she displayed its greatness, its power, its ruthless anarchic enterprise, and its social disorganisation most strikingly and completely.
From this state of embarrassment, and as it might readily have proved of disorganisation, the tribe was unexpectedly relieved by the decision of the one most interested in the success of the aged chief's designs.
The author said she had joined NI21 because she thought she had found her political home, but soon became disillusioned by the party's disorganisation and lack of experience.
The study describes how brain tissue, taken from autistic children who had died, revealed patches of disorganisation in the cortex, a thin sheet of cells that are critical for learning and memory.
The action takes place at a slimming club where disorganisation and chaos are the order of the day.
Beaten 3-0 by northeast rivals Sunderland in their previous outing, Newcastle found themselves staring down the barrel once again, which was due to their lack of discipline, rather than any defensive disorganisation, the report added.
Members of the party had earlier expressed that underhanded lobbying by key members, growing internal rifts and disorganisation were increasing behind a gleaming public image of PTI.
With the wreck of the Costa Concordia there seems to have been mistakes by the captain, panic and disorganisation of the crew and an inability to launch the lifeboats due to the angle of the ship.
While disorganisation is a powerful theme throughout the book, there are constant references to the whole attachment classification system and its origins and implications.
AUDITOR General Chrystalla Yorkadji has highlighted high expenses, inconsistencies and disorganisation in the finances of the defence ministry and the National Guard in her 2010 annual report.
AS A candidate in the General Election, I was appalled by the disorganisation which led to thousands of voters being denied their democratic rights on Thursday night.