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dis·or·ga·nized

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. disorganized, disorganisedadjective

    lacking order or methodical arrangement or function

    "a disorganized enterprise"; "a thousand pages of muddy and disorganized prose"; "she was too disorganized to be an agreeable roommate"

    Synonyms:
    disorganised

    Antonyms:
    methodical, organized, well-conducted

PPDB, the paraphrase database

  1. List of paraphrases for "disorganized":

    disorganised, disrupted, unorganized

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  1. John Kasich:

    When I ran for governor I just kicked the door down, and the establishment was disorganized and they couldn’t stop me.

  2. Young Kim:

    The State Department’s disorganized handling of evacuations and lack of communication with Congress and the American people continues to prompt questions and warrant answers, our missionis not over as long as Americans remain in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.

  3. Karen Allbright:

    For anybody who is chronically disorganized or is so busy that they can’t manage all the details, they call us.

  4. Hanan Richter:

    One of the challenges we have is organizing a bunch of disorganized individuals who want to fight and turn them into soldiers with the ability to fight.

  5. Luka Modric:

    They of course have a very strong midfield so,( it is about) denying them space and making sure awareness of distances and coverage of the pitch is correct and( knowing) the right moments to press. The higher the level of opponent, if you press in a disorganized fashion, then you will get picked through and we have got to be conscious of that.


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