disorganized[ dis-awr-guh-nahyzd ]SEE DEFINITION OF disorganized
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISORGANIZED
But all the blue forces were broken, disorganized; there came an exhaustion, a lassitude.
My brain, disorganized, reeling with doubt, will madden me to death.
They were no longer vicious and dangerous—they were only disorganized and panic-stricken.
Their administration was disorganized and their treasuries were empty.
One of the largest boys in the group rallied the disorganized mob.
All the plans formed at Washington for the Cuban campaign were disorganized.
Was the Northern army really so disorganized, so demoralized?
Maybe our Cub team, disorganized as it is, could beat the Purple Five.
But, although staggered, there was no panic, and the whites were not disorganized.
But very shortly afterwards the standing army was disorganized.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISORGANIZED
- at a loss
- at sea
- at sixes and sevens
- come apart
- fouled up
- mixed up
- not with it
- out to lunch
- shook up
- shot to pieces
- spaced out
- taken aback
- thrown off balance