shambolically


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sham·bol·ic

 (shăm-bŏl′ĭk)
adj. Informal
Disorderly or chaotic: "Its transportation system is in a shambolic state" (Irwin Stelzer).

[Probably from alteration of shambles.]

sham·bol′i·cal·ly adv.

shambolically

(ʃæmˈbɒlɪkəlɪ)
adv
informal in a completely disorganized or chaotic manner
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Adv.1.shambolically - in a shambolic manner
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THE UK has again shown itself to be as shambolically inept at coping with the elements as it is at handling Brexit.
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But if that was the attitude, the party would complain that the Tories have shambolically led us out of the European Union, with no idea what to do next, and all their leaders have knifed each other in a chaotic bout of personal ambition and revenge.
But it's unlikely that the manifesto which, as always, few people actually read, had more impact than hostile press coverage, a shambolically run election campaign, and the fact that Michael Foot's popularity rating was 24%, no doubt due to his choice of jacket.
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They represent the ambition of the poor of Pakistan to advance themselves through a structure of meritocracy and education that the State shambolically, hopelessly, with absolute contempt for its masses and what's more corruptly, fails to provide.
Churchill is just 24 and approaching a new century with little to his name but a shambolically unsuccessful election campaign.
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