- a breaking up of order or system; disunion or disruption of constituent parts.
- the absence of organization or orderly arrangement; disarrangement; disorder.
unordered situation or thing
disorganization 的近义词 17 个
- rat's nest
- unholy mess
disorganization 的反义词 12 个
- The first incident that pushed Richardson to try to unionize, he says, began when disorganization at the plant resulted in him and more than a dozen of his colleagues waiting more than half an hour to be assigned a work station.
- And, even on its own terms, the contextual chapters suffer from disorganization, looping forward and back in time in a disorienting way.
- If you’ve been working off multiple screens and the visible disorganization of your cords and devices is bringing you stress, fear not.
- Fiscal mismanagement and disorganization made holding utilities accountable impossible, she said.
- I am scared that, like me, they will arrive and see a frenzy of disorganization, fear and, most frightening, quarantine.
- But “he was so shocked by the disorganization and lack of seriousness that he submitted his papers to retire.”
- Maybe this is just another manifestation of Democratic disorganization.
- He fell victim to his own ignorance, disorganization, and inability to deal with sexual-harassment allegations.
- Carla Murphy looks at the challenges ahead, including corruption, hurricane season, and disorganization.
- In Cornelia's face the well-groomed expression showed sudden signs of immediate disorganization.
- Further evidences of disorganization and want of definite aim were to come.
- But these measures were the result of levity and disorganization rather than of any purpose to reopen the quarrel.
- There was every reason to indulge in this pleasing belief; disorganization had extended to every branch of the service.
- Pay them anything that is necessary, in order to avoid civil war and social disorganization!