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They do not tolerate useless and undisciplined multitudes, and consequently observe good order.
The Americans, Sandwich said, were cowardly and undisciplined; they would not stand a cannon-shot.
While the new levies of August, 1793, were still undisciplined Carnot's genius began to raise the fortunes of France.
We alone are free—the others are merely undisciplined (or, as the case may be, enslaved).
THE NEW SOCIETYWALTHER RATHENAU
The peculiarly undisciplined manners of Maimon were occasionally shown in violent outbursts of various feelings.
He carried things with a high hand, indeed, treating the partners as he might a graceless lot of undisciplined midshipmen.
A very potent safeguard against the seasonal fever is arrack, being country spirit of a golden tint and undisciplined taste.
At last they did come on, not all together, but in irregular undisciplined rushes.
JOAN OF THE SWORD HANDS(AMUEL) R(UTHERFORD) CROCKETT
That nice Mrs. Wilstead says that she's an odd, capricious, undisciplined creature, but a genius in her line.
THE BEAUTYMRS. WILSON WOODROW
In fact, I am too much indulged, and shall go back to England as undisciplined as ever.

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