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unordered

(ʌnˈɔːdəd)
adj
1. not ordered logically or arranged in sequence
2. (Military) not instructed or commanded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unordered - not arranged in orderunordered - not arranged in order    
2.unordered - not arranged in order hierarchicallyunordered - not arranged in order hierarchically
nonhierarchic, nonhierarchical - not classified hierarchically
References in classic literature ?
At any rate, with a great deal of strange, unordered learning and no degree, and with his fortune still to make, Samuel returned to his poverty-stricken home.
The scene was formal and dainty; nature was arranged and ordered, but so exquisitely, that nature unordered and unarranged seemed barbaric.
But we have now found an explanation of why this works so well: the pencil deposit left on the paper forms a surface characterised by unordered graphite flakes, some graphene, and clay.
The author argues that when we consider which view leads to a deeper understanding of the physical world, especially given the deeper topological explanation from the unordered configurations to the Symmetrization Postulate, we have strong reasons in favor of 3D-Fundamentalism.
Billing for unordered merchandise is against the law, and small businesses like those affected here are under no obligation to return or pay for items they did not order, said FTC Acting Chairman Maureen K.
12] proposed the unordered subsequence exchange crossover in genetic algorithm for reducing the makespan interval in the JSSP.
Let's begin with a humble unordered singly-linked list.
The end papers are stunning with all of the unordered numbers floating around and the cheetah and cherry and at the back a linear chart of all of the characters in number order.
After appraising chivalric, sentimental and picaresque genres and their possible impact on Cervantine narratives, chapter three of part one reviews collections of novellas and their inherent metaliterary condition as a point of departure from which Cervantes will take a leap into the ordered versus unordered structure of his own novelistic style.
98) and negatively correlated to the unordered (%) and the [alpha]-helix (%) (r=-0.
All this and not ordinary, not unordered in not resembling.
Removing the root of such a tree, we get either the empty set, or an unordered set of k such trees, leading to the functional equation