disorder

All Noun
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  • Most people have social, financial or work related problem due to the disorder.
  • Over the next few weeks, the disorder spread to more cities across France.
  • The state of the country was also becoming every day more and more disordered. Cited from The Golden Grasshopper, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • One of their number being removed, disordered their business for a time. Cited from The Mysteries of Free Masonry, by William Morgan
  • What remained of the French army then abandoned the field in disorder.
  • A sexual desire disorder is more common in women than in men.
  • Our staff was well organized, however disordered may have been the physical appearance of our office. Cited from The Confessions of Artemas Quibble, by Arthur Train
  • Throughout ancient history, the disorder was thought to be a spiritual condition.
  • Studies of genetic disorders are often performed by means of family-based studies.
  • People who live too much within themselves, whose imagination becomes disordered see only the dark side of life. Cited from Bohemian Society, by Lydia Leavitt
  • Women and younger people of either gender showed more cases of disorder.
  • Before he died, it is said that his understanding was disordered and gradually failed. Cited from Plutarch's Lives, Volume II, Tr. by Aubrey Stewart and George Long
  • Many persons are born into the world with disordered organizations for which they are not themselves responsible. Cited from People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English, by R.V. Pierce
  • Many disorders involve the heart itself but some are outside of the heart.
  • He has also made important contributions to the theory of disordered electronic systems.
  • People with certain types of personality disorders can occasionally present a danger to themselves or others.
  • Its leaves had become disordered, and some of them were lost.
  • At this point in his struggles his mind failed him and became disordered. Cited from The Spinners, by Eden Phillpotts
  • This wild charge disordered their battle line, some rebel units moving ahead of others.
  • They also argue that the relationship between public disorder and crime rate is weak.
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Meaning of disorder

  • noun A physical condition in which there is a disturbance of normal functioning
    the doctor prescribed some medicine for the disorder, everyone gets stomach upsets from time to time
  • noun A disturbance of the peace or of public order
  • verb Bring disorder to