Similar words: disorganized, organism, organisation, organic, organize, organized, organization, organizational. Meaning: v. remove the organization from.
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1 The troops were dispirited and disorganised.
2 The train schedule was disorganised by heavy snow - storms.
3 My boss is completely disorganised.
4 He believes their disorganised state is turning off more and more prospective students.
5 Does a disorganised clothing industry with little commercial interest in quality simply reflect our own limited needs and aspirations?
6 I think that man has a spite against us, he is always trying to disorganise our plans.
7 A report by the state prosecutor described the police action as confused and disorganised.
8 The new government provoked widespread rebellion by instituting a series of far-reaching reforms in a brutal and disorganised manner.
9 However, they were put off by his rambling and disorganised sermon.
10 Mr de Klerk's people say the Congress is dragging its feet because it is too disorganised to talk.
11 Insight and creativity, perhaps even genius, do seem to be linked to a brain that can disorganise itself and freewheel,[www.Sentencedict.com] making new and unexpected connections.
12 By means of them, the sufferer's conscience had been kept in an irritated state, the tendency of which was, not to cure by wholesome pain, but to disorganise and corrupt his spiritual being.
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