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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 ?
The scene was formal and dainty; nature was arranged and ordered, but so exquisitely, that nature unordered and unarranged seemed barbaric.
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.
Businesses that paid for the unordered products received additional unordered shipments, along with new invoices seeking payment.
Teachers appear in front of students at school as authoritative figures, while students are immature, ignorant, unordered, noisy, and making mistakes.
Fate is that air hostess who brings unordered drinks, something her passenger never asked for.
Therefore Islamkot can become a beautiful city rather through better planning and cooperation rather than being an unordered city.
These variables are continuous (e.g., total hospital charges), ordered categorical (e.g., median household income), and unordered categorical (e.g., race, admission source).
"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.
Then, the continuous variables were also converted into unordered categorical variables based on quartile in order to determine the risk of poor clinical outcomes for each quartile of laboratory data.
"select in all possible ways an unordered collection of k atoms of type X and replace (repaint) them by atoms of type Y."
It is important to point out that although ordered trees have no practical interest from the phylogenetic point of view, because the orderings on the sets of children of internal nodes do not carry any phylogenetic information, they are useful from the mathematical point of view, because the existence of the orderings allows one to easily prove certain extra properties that can later be translated to the unordered setting (cf.
Meanwhile, the band in 1650-1640 [cm.sup.-1] was assigned to an unordered structure.