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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.
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.
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.
Before a traffic police officer or a county marshall reports to work in the morning, there is mayhem and disorganisation all over as each vehicle wants to pass and each road user is in a rush.
The city has been a victim of this disorganisation for decades and now suffers from a very bad environmental pollution.
"We were with Bett in Nigeria and we went through a lot with the disorganisation that was witnessed during the Africa Championships," said the athlete.
He added that "getting Brexit right will require leadership, consistency and clarity" but "division and disorganisation across Westminster" had left firms dismayed.
British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) director general Adam Marshall said firms want clarity and results from the Government and suggested industry was dismayed by "division and disorganisation" across Westminster.
This study was anchored on the propositions of social disorganisation theory.
Those are just two of the characteristics of the chronically disorganised, according to the nonprofit Institute for Challenging Disorganisation. If you want to be more organised, experts say the first step is to attack all that clutter in your home to create a better living environment.
The disorganisation and arrogance of Mr Corbyn and his friends is part of what has driven MPs to desert him.
The researchers have found that greater disorganisation within tumours can promote immunosuppression and tumour growth.