disordered

[ dis-awr-derd ]SEE DEFINITION OF disordered

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISORDERED

Hope looked round in despair, then glanced at her own disordered garments.

If he amputate the disordered member, it is to save the life.

Her pocket was turned inside out and the front of her dress was disordered.

Through his eyes, unblurred by the tears that disordered my vision!

Children can only acquire strength gradually with their proper growth, which will always be impeded if the stomach is disordered.

He threw his arms about her, and her disordered hair fell over his face.

Her hands came down from her disordered face and she said, "I know whom you mean."

Tossing his disordered hair from his forehead, he swung out of the room.

That was the only thought that found room in my disordered mind.

It is looking southward that we see the disordered ranks of the mountain range.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISORDERED

overgrown

adjectivegrown without being tended
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