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noun as in illness

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All of this was on full display at the 2020 Republican National Convention, which brought up the riots again and again as an example of disorder caused by a Democrat-backed movement.

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The alignment reduced the disorder in the system — disorder measured by a quantity called entropy.

About 6 percent of college students report having a severe gambling disorder resulting in psychological difficulties, unmanageable debt, failing grades, all these bad things.

Our aging process extends for years, during which we experience a slew of age-related disorders.

Thanks to its structurally-sound architecture down to individual cells, the atlas can contribute to brain modeling and simulation down the line—especially for personalized brain models for neurological disorders such as seizures.

What celebrity has started to talk about his or her eating disorder?

Genetics alone does not an eating disorder make, generally speaking, and Bulik points out that environment still plays a role.

The eating disorder field remains divided over the potential efficacy of such measures.

“ADD [Attention Deficit Disorder] is just a euphemistic way of saying, ‘I have limits,’” Brown writes.

Our relationship did not improve as I entered college and developed a raging eating disorder.

If so, it is to be hoped that, wise man as you are, the first attack of this disorder was also your last.

Are you quite sure you have never suffered from this rather common disorder, gentle reader, at least, if you be of the male sex?

The key to all our human disorder is organized education, comprehensive and universal.

The conflict of these certainties left hopeless disorder in every corner of his being.

He found the village in disorder, the fields neglected, many houses deserted, the remainder of the people preparing to move away.


On this page you'll find 269 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disorder, such as: anarchy, ataxia, confusion, derangement, disarrangement, and disarray.

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